Age of the Dragon

Russia's unintended warning to China: wars can go wrong

Bradley Perrett
By Bradley Perrett
Updated March 25 2022 - 2:42am, first published 1:00am
A Ukrainian soldier stands beside a burnt-out Russian Tigr fighting vehicle destroyed by his unit east of the strategic port city of Mykolaiv earlier this month. Picture: Getty Images

Vladimir Putin has given them lots to think about in Beijing.

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Bradley Perrett

Bradley Perrett is a regular ACM columnist with a focus on Australia's relationship with China, covering defence, strategy, trade, economics and domestic policy. He was based in Beijing as a journalist from 2004 to 2020. His articles are supported by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas.

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