Joseph Webster is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center, where he leads the center’s efforts on Chinese energy security and specialises in energy geopolitics. Parallel to his energy work, Joseph edits the China-Russia Report, an independent, non-partisan newsletter exploring developments in Sino-Russian relations. His energy and geopolitical analyses have been published in Axios, Politico, Politico Europe, and The Wall Street Journal, inter alia.
And could that make Beijing more open to risk-taking, including vis-à-vis Taiwan?
Fujian’s coast hasn’t kept up with wind power in other provinces – and military strategy seems to be blowing the other direction.
A sharp spike in overall exports to the region appears to provide Beijing a pathway to indirectly support the Kremlin’s war effort.
With an abundance of solar and wind power, the landlocked East Asian country is set to impact Sino-Russian relations.