The Russian invasion and the future of Ukraine-China relations
23 june
1500–1700 Kyiv
1100–1300 GMT
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Key questions

  1. 1
    What does China pursue by its neutrality in the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
  2. 2
    What may be the strategic and economic gains and losses in this conflict for China?
  3. 3
    Do the relations with Taiwan have an influence on China's position towards Ukraine?
  4. 4
    How will China's politics in Europe change in the aftermath of the war?
  5. 5
    How does China envision the future of its relationship with Ukraine?
  6. 6
    What role do the US-China relations have in the ongoing conflict?

Speakers

  • Chair
    Isabel Hilton

    Isabel
    Hilton

    Founder of ChinaDialogue.net

  • Discussant
    Una Aleksandra Bērziņa-Čerenkova

    Una Aleksandra
    Bērziņa-Čerenkova

    Director of the China Studies Centre, Rīgas Stradiņa universitāte

  • Discussant
    Viking Bohman

    Viking
    Bohman

    Analyst, Swedish National China Centre

  • Discussant
    Thomas Fingar

    Thomas
    Fingar

    Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University

  • Discussant
    Ivan Us

    Ivan
    Us

    Chief Consultant, Center of Foreign Policy, National Institute for Strategic Studies

  • Discussant
    Dmytro Yefremov

    Dmytro
    Yefremov

    Researcher, Borys Kurts Institute for Contemporary China Studies

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