Markets in Conflict: Implications for China

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What impact will the Russia-Ukraine conflict have on China in economic and political terms and how will the relationship with the west and Russia evolve.

Join Tom Reed, VP of China, Crude and Oil Products, Kevin Foster, Editorial Manager, Asia and Haik Gugarats, Associate Editor and resident expert on US and international energy policy and politics as they discuss how China views its position in the world in relation to Ukraine, Russia and the US – and what the conflict portends for China in economic and political terms.

 

 

This podcast episode addresses key questions including:

  • What the conflict portends for China in economic and political terms
  • Whether the liberal democratic world order is moribund, fractured, and systemically weak to China's advantage - or will it in fact emerge stronger to China's disadvantage
  • What is the impact on China’s near-term security environment - how does China view a reinvigorated West and discussion of Taiwan?
  • Does China stand to benefit from Russia refocusing energy exports towards Asia - can China can just wait on the sidelines, mopping up all the Russian oil that no one else will buy
  • How will the west/Russia/China relationship evolve?

 

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