The investment communications team’s Matthew Goodburn asks senior geopolitical strategist Richard Bullock how the Ukraine conflict is changing the dynamics of China and Russia’s relationship and what the implications could be for international relations and investment markets.
This podcast was recorded on 21 April 2022.
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