And how Russia’s war has upended ties in China, Turkey, and the Arctic.
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Few EU or U.S. policymakers pause to ask what Beijing might want from Brussels or Washington to become more cooperative.
There are several explanations. The overarching one that’s not covered enough in the media is their obsession with Ukraine and their basic misjudgment of its importance for Russian foreign policy.
As the administration pursues its security and military posture goals in Asia, it continues to focus almost exclusively on allies, partners, and China, the main adversary.
Outside national capitals, Chinese players are engaging local actors, from mayors, to community groups, to faith-based organizations in dynamic ways. This, in turn, is both entrenching China’s influence and compelling Chinese actors to adapt to and meet local demands.
Evan Feigenbaum offers a compelling analysis of the difficult position that Beijing now finds itself in after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine — unable to reconcile conflicting commitments to China’s strategic partnership with Russia, its foreign policy principles, and its desire to avoid being collateral damage from American and European sanctions.
Beth Sanner joins Aaron to talk about Russia, Ukraine, and the importance and know-how of intelligence gathering in times of national crises.