The Ukraine War's Repercussions in Asia
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the largest military engagement in Europe in decades, threatening not only Ukraine’s sovereignty but also the post-World War II global order. The implications for countries around the world are enormous — not least in Asia. How will China — which recently declared that its relationship with Russia had “no limits” — react? And what are the stakes for India, Japan, and countries in Southeast Asia?
In this episode of Asia In-Depth, we’ll hear an expert panel tease out what the war means for Asia. Participants include Kevin Rudd, president and CEO of Asia Society and president of the Asia Society Policy Institute; Ambassador Bilahari Kausikan from the National University of Singapore, and C. Raja Mohan, an Asia Society Policy Institute fellow based in New Delhi. The conversation was moderated by Daniel Russel, vice president of international security and diplomacy at the Asia Society Policy Institute.