China's Russia/Ukraine Problem, and Why It's Bad for Almost Everyone Else Too
The war in Ukraine, the international responses targeting Russia, and China’s reaction to the conflict point to complex and possibly growing China-related challenges for international order and security, especially in the Indo-Pacific region. On issues of great power diplomacy, state sovereignty, economic sanctions, and the use of military force, the lessons Beijing’s behavior appears to teach and the lessons Beijing may be learning in the context of the Ukraine crisis are complex but mostly bode ill. These Ukraine-related developments are greater causes for concern because they are consistent with, and likely to reinforce, prior trends and patterns in China’s perceptions and behavior.
Ukraine, China, economic sanctions, military force, War
deLisle, Jacques, "China's Russia/Ukraine Problem, and Why It's Bad for Almost Everyone Else Too" (2022). Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law. 2901.