Can the West Stay United on Ukraine – and What Will China Do?

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Publication Date April/May 2022
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Although Russia’s invasion of Ukraine caused untold suffering, it forged a stronger sense of identity among the people of that country. It also fueled inflationary pressures – driven by shortages of oil, gas, metals and cereals – and stymied global growth. Geopolitically, most of the consequences were initially benign, with the Western states displaying an impressive degree of unity. But the longer the war continued, the more tensions among the allies were expected to grow.

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Cardiff EDC: EU-China summit via video conference, 1 April 2022
GMFUS Policy Insights: March 2022: Russia’s War on Ukraine: the EU’s Geopolitical Awakening

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