乌克兰危机与中国海外利益 / The Ukrainian Crisis and China’s Overseas Interests
The Ukrainian crisis is harmful to China’s overseas interests from a short term perspective. A wide range of Chinese interests in Ukraine are facing challenges due to the Ukrainian crisis. The impact of the Ukrainian crisis on China’s interests in Ukraine is mainly negative whereas the impact on China’s interests in other foreign countries is both negative and positive. The Ukrainian crisis is still in progress, and it does not seem to be reaching a resolution in the near future. Only time will tell what the ultimate impact will be. How China utilizes the crisis to maximize its gains and minimize its losses will test the wisdom of decision makers. The Ukrainian crisis’s impact on China’s overseas interests prompts us to consider how to deal with similar events and protect overseas interests. Rotation of ruling parties and the partisan conflicts are the major factors of turmoil occurring in Ukraine and other countries which reminds us that an expansion of interests in these countries needs to be prudent in the future. If China has to do so, it is necessary to build good relationships both with the ruling party and the opposition.
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