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The Asian Development Bank Adjusts to the Age of AIIB and Trump
May 11, 2017

The Asian Development Bank Adjusts to the Age of AIIB and Trump

By Mina Pollmann
First, China's challenger bank arose. Now, Japan has to deal with lack of U.S. interest in the ADB.
AIIB Official: Regional Integration Creates Much Richer ASEAN
April 07, 2017

AIIB Official: Regional Integration Creates Much Richer ASEAN

By Maurits Elen
An interview with Joachim von Amsberg, vice president at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

China-led AIIB Sees Membership Expansion: What's Next?
March 30, 2017

China-led AIIB Sees Membership Expansion: What's Next?

By Ankit Panda
13 new countries were approved as members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank earlier this month.

China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Set For Membership Expansion
January 25, 2017

China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Set For Membership Expansion

By Ankit Panda
The China-led AIIB is ready for its first large membership expansion.

Japan Should Reconsider Joining AIIB
December 10, 2016

Japan Should Reconsider Joining AIIB

By Pengqiao Lu
Now that the Chinese-led bank has begun operations, Japan's concerns have largely been addressed.
In Myanmar, the AIIB Could Buttress China's 'One Belt, One Road' Framework
August 22, 2016

In Myanmar, the AIIB Could Buttress China's 'One Belt, One Road' Framework

By Ankit Panda
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could come to play a greater role in Myanmar.

At First Annual Meeting, China-led AIIB Approves First Loans
June 27, 2016

At First Annual Meeting, China-led AIIB Approves First Loans

By Ankit Panda
The Bank is also set to expand its membership roster, focusing primarily on Latin American and African states.
The AIIB and Human Rights
June 24, 2016

The AIIB and Human Rights

By Joshua Rosenzweig
Transparency will be the key to ensuring the Chinese-led international bank supports human rights.

China-led AIIB Looks Toward Co-Financing Projects, At Least Initially
May 10, 2016

China-led AIIB Looks Toward Co-Financing Projects, At Least Initially

By Ankit Panda
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank's first projects suggest its looking to start off with a modest and measured approach.

The AIIB and the NDB: The End of Multilateralism or a New Beginning?
April 26, 2016

The AIIB and the NDB: The End of Multilateralism or a New Beginning?

By Jonathan Dove
Should the West be worried about new competition in the global financial architecture?

Revealed: The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank's First Projects
April 20, 2016

Revealed: The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank's First Projects

By Ankit Panda
Do the AIIB's first loans tell us much about the institution's character? Not really.
Why the U.S. Should Embrace the AIIB
March 02, 2016

Why the U.S. Should Embrace the AIIB

By Leland Lazarus
There are compelling reasons for the U.S. to join China’s new development bank.

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