Head of Asia Programme, Chatham House
Governor of Eesti Pank, Estonia
Economist, Manhattan Institute
Professor of Contemporary Chinese Studies and Director, China Policy Institute, The University of Nottingham
Independent International Relations Analyst, IFRI, Lowy Institute, Center for European Policy Analysis
An interview by Erik Eenlo, BNS.
After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Central Asian leaders will be looking nervously over their shoulders. They may well re-orient their military cooperation towards China instead.
Russia’s isolation by the West following its invasion of Ukraine has caused China to re-evaluate its strategy for polar development.