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Ukraine war

China 'unsettled' by Ukraine war, CIA director says

Invasion may have affected Xi Jinping's calculations over Taiwan: William Burns

A Ukrainian national guard soldier walks into an underground bunker near a frontline position in Zelenodolsk, Ukraine, on May 7.   © Getty Images

WASHINGTON (Financial Times) -- The director of the CIA said that Chinese President Xi Jinping has been "unsettled" by the war in Ukraine, which had demonstrated that the friendship between Beijing and Moscow had "limits" at a time when Western allies were moving closer together.

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