Lucinda Creighton: Japan’s stance on Ukraine shows the unnerving effects of Chinese expansionism

The decision by the Japanese prime minister to visit Kyiv last week was a highly unusual one, and underlines just how destabilising Chinese foreign policy has become

ˇFumio Kishida, Japan's prime minister and Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Ukraine's president, in Mariinsky Palace, in Kyiv, Ukraine, last week. Picture: Bloomberg