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WEEK IN REVIEW: Kremlin Announced Chinese President Xi Jinping Will Visit Moscow

One of Singapore's most prominent international affairs scholars, Ambassador Bilahari Kausikan, listed Xi Jinping's 'no limits' partnership with Russia as one of three critical Chinese foreign policy mistakes. Alexei Druzhinin / Sputnik / AFP

The Kremlin announced Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Moscow, although the Chinese Foreign Ministry hasn’t confirmed it yet. The visit will partly aim to deny growing distance between the allies on the Ukraine conflict, although it is unlikely to change China’s fundamental position. (SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST)

The United States is launching a partnership with India to compete against China on semiconductors, AI and military equipment. The Biden administration also wants to promote Western phone companies in India, to counter the influence of Chinese telecoms like Huawei. (REUTERS)

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