How Russia’s war in Ukraine increases the threat to China’s border and economy

Russia’s war performance reflects badly on China, a major buyer of Russian arms, even as it risks an energy-led recession in Europe that will hurt Chinese trade. But the greater danger is that a war-weakened Russia will expose China’s border as military frictions throughout Central Asia reignite.

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