Each time the United Nations gathers to debate and vote on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it becomes more obvious that the vast majority of the international community condemns the invasion and wants the conflict to stop.
Ukraine war: China’s lukewarm support for Russia is likely to benefit Kyiv – here’s why
Things are not going well for the Russian president, Vladimir Putin.
Ukraine war: Putin’s failure will pave the way for China’s rise to pre-eminence in Eurasia
What had been suspected for some time has now come out into the open: China has “concerns” about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Is there a future for cooperation between the OSCE and China?
Engagement with China must not lead to a further weakening of the OSCE human dimension, which is already under a lot of pressure.
The OSCE’s Afghanistan Challenge
The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan poses local, regional and global stability challenges for the OSCE and its participating States.
Pawns, Partners, and “Smart Leadership”: Ukraine’s Opportunities in the China-Russia-West Triangle
Ukraine can find advantage in geopolitical competition while reducing its sense of disempowerment.
China: A Challenge or an Opportunity for the OSCE?
China has become a significant actor in the OSCE area at a time of deep divisions among participating States.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Implications for the OSCE
Since its inception in late 2013, China’s Belt and Road Initiative has grown into a vast global development project with increasing geopolitical and geo-economic implications. By 2020, Belt and Road co-operation involved more than half of the OSCE’s 57 participating...