Ukraine's impact on geopolitical realities in Asia

The effects of war a continent away are already rippling through Asia, raising questions about its security arrangements

As the Russian-Ukraine conflict heads into its third week, prospects of a peaceful resolution are growing dimmer. PHOTO: NYTIMES
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As Russia's invasion of Ukraine reverberates through the international system, affecting everything from defence spending to economic recovery to green transition, it is already leaving its mark on the geopolitical calculus in Asia.

Two key actors - China and India - will bear close watching as the actions of these two Asian giants will have a significant impact on how the region's security landscape evolves.

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