Is the war in Ukraine fueling Asian conflicts? | DW News

For the last six months, the Kremlin has steadfastly dismissed Ukraine’s right to exist as a nation insisting that it historically belongs to Russia.
Unlike many other nations, Both India and China have refused to condemn Russia’s invasion, but for different reasons.
China also sees the island of Taiwan as an indivisible part of the homeland, and has promised a military response should it ever declare independence.
India and Russia have very strong ties, dating back to the Cold War. And Russia still supplies the bulk of India’s weapons.


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