Will China-ASEAN Relations Take a Turn for the Better Post-Pandemic?
By Nian Peng
As China reopens its borders, it can finally resume normal exchanges with Southeast Asian countries. But there are several potential pitfalls to watch out for.
B3W Might Not Be Able to Compete With BRI in Southeast Asia, But That’s Okay
By Maria Adele Carrai and William Yuen Yee
Rather than competing in a sector where China is strong – infrastructure – B3W should focus on U.S. strength areas.
Are China’s BRI Glory Days Over?
By Luke Hunt
ASEAN wrestles with Chinese debt and post-pandemic recovery plans.
China’s Goals for Wang Yi’s Southeast Asian Tour
By Nian Peng
The foreign minister’s trip was about much more than COVID-19 vaccines.
Malaysia in China’s Belt and Road
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Chow Bing Ngeow.
ASEAN Must Make the Best of Its New Centrality in China’s Diplomacy
By Marina Kaneti
The countries of Southeast Asia have the rare chance to leverage Beijing’s language of interdependence in addressing pressing issues, such as the Belt and Road and South China Sea.
Is COVID-19 Eroding China’s Influence in Southeast Asia?
By Robert Bociaga
Amid the epidemic, people are banned from traveling, goods shelved and investments stalled.
The Belt and Road in Cambodia: Successes and Challenges
By Sok Kha
It’s time for the BRI to incorporate a more participatory and inclusive approach in Cambodia.
Who Is (and Who Isn't) Attending China's 2nd Belt and Road Forum?
By Shannon Tiezzi
The list of attendees tells us a lot about how the BRI has progressed in the last two years.
Will China Undermine Its Own Influence in Southeast Asia Through the Belt and Road?
By Xue Gong
China’s activism in relation to the BRI has led to rising concerns in Southeast Asia.
Can the Land of a Million Elephants Survive the Belt and Road?
By Kearrin Sims and Chrisantha Pinto
Chinese-funded projects in Laos could hasten the eradication of the elephant population.
Japan Doesn't Need to Compete With China's Belt and Road
By Trissia Wijaya and Yuma Osaki
Chinese and Japanese infrastructure initiatives should not be viewed as out-and-out rivals.