Min-Hua Chiang
Min-Hua Chiang
International political economist with an interest in fundamental macroeconomic theories and geopolitical-economic interactions between countries in East Asia and the world. She has written several academic journal articles, op-eds and three single-authored books, including Post-Industrial Development in East Asia: Taiwan and South Korea in Comparison (Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore, 2018), Contemporary South Korean Economy: Challenges and Prospects (World Scientific, Singapore 2017), and China-Taiwan Rapprochement: The Political Economy of Cross-Strait Relations (Routledge, London 2016). She was also the editor of The Political Economy of North Korea: Domestic, Regional, and Global Dynamics (Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, Co, USA, 2022).
China’s Economic Role Amid the Prolonged War in Ukraine

China’s Economic Role Amid the Prolonged War in Ukraine

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, China’s position on the war has been a topic of discussion. Unlike Western countries’ consistent condemnation of Russia’s military aggression in Ukraine, China’s attitude has been inconsistent. At the beginning of the war, the spokesperson of Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hua Chunying, challenged the Western media’s use of the word “invasion” and called Russia’s activity a “special military operation.”  While refusing to condemn Russia, China also withheld strong backing for its former communist ally. Although China abstained from several votes at the United Nations that opposed Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, it did not join Russia in voting against a UN Human Rights Council resolution that condemned Moscow either.[3] In addition, China affirmed its support for the territorial integrity of sovereign states, including Ukraine, and called for the Minsk Agreement”[4] to be implemented to resolve the war.[5] Nevertheless, China continued to hold military exercises with Russia while President Biden was visiting the region in May 2022. [6] More



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