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 longer-term implications could be for international relations and financial markets.
This podcast was recorded on 21 April 2022.
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