Russia's Invasion of Ukraine:
Impact on Sino-Russian Relations
ICAS-YCAPS Webinar (via Zoom) -- 1700 (JST) 6 April 2022
Over the past decade, China and Russia's strategic partnership has reached new heights, with the leaders of both countries declaring a "no limits" friendship in early February. However, the Russian invasion of Ukraine three weeks later has placed China in an uncomfortable position, as it had to choose between supporting its partner or condemning an invasion that breached some of Beijing's core principles, including state sovereignty and territorial integrity. This session will focus on how Vladimir Putin's decision to attack Ukraine is impacting the strategic partnership between Russia and China.
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Marcin Kaczmarski is a Lecturer in Security Studies at the School of Social and Political Sciences. In his research, he focuses on Russia-China relations, Russia’s foreign and security policy, comparative regionalism, and the role of domestic politics in foreign policy. He is the author of Russia-China relations in the post-crisis international order (Routledge 2015) and published articles in leading academic journals, including International Affairs, International Politics and Europe-Asia Studies. He was a visiting scholar at the Chengchi University in Taiwan, the Slavic-Eurasian Research Center in Japan, the Aleksanteri Institute in Finland, the Kennan Institute in Washington, DC, and the Shanghai International Studies University in China. Prior to joining the University of Glasgow, He combined research and teaching at the University of Warsaw with policy-oriented analysis for the Finnish Institute of International Affairs in Helsinki and the Centre for Eastern Studies in Warsaw.
Format: This event will be off-the-record. Questions are encouraged. It will not be recorded.
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Moderators: Benoit Hardy-Chartrand (Temple University Japan)
Webinar Cost: Free of charge
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