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From a Global Summit, the Belt and Road Forum Has Become a Venue for China’s ‘Old Friends’

From a Global Summit, the Belt and Road Forum Has Become a Venue for China’s ‘Old Friends’

By Andreea Brînză
The BRF is no longer attracting new faces and expanding China’s influence, as it once did.
Don’t Count on China’s Belt and Road Initiative to Disappear 

Don’t Count on China’s Belt and Road Initiative to Disappear 

By Jacob Gunter
The BRI is not set to fade away. It has already changed China’s position in the world, and it will continue to do so moving forward.

How China Is Remaking the Belt and Road

How China Is Remaking the Belt and Road

By Shannon Tiezzi
Key takeaways from the third Belt and Road Forum for the future of the global initiative.

China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the Taliban’s Economic Dreams

China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the Taliban’s Economic Dreams

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
The specter of insecurity in Afghanistan has been replaced by a lack of governance and widespread incompetence. Investors from China or any other country can be expected to be deeply wary.

Which World Leaders Came to China’s 3rd Belt and Road Forum?

Which World Leaders Came to China’s 3rd Belt and Road Forum?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Top-level representation dropped to a new low, based largely on a lack of interest from European states.
Indonesia, China Vow to Expand Economic Cooperation

Indonesia, China Vow to Expand Economic Cooperation

By Sebastian Strangio
This week's Belt and Road Forum has demonstrated that many Southeast Asian leaders still view China as central to their nations’ economic prosperity.

As Belt and Road Forum Convenes, Time to Rethink Narratives on China’s Economic Coercion

As Belt and Road Forum Convenes, Time to Rethink Narratives on China’s Economic Coercion

By Matt Ferchen
The problem with all this focus on Chinese economic coercion, and the related anxieties about its ability to weaponize trade, is that China hasn’t been particularly good at it.
China’s 3rd Belt and Road Forum Finally Gets a Date

China’s 3rd Belt and Road Forum Finally Gets a Date

By Shannon Tiezzi
The big event is happening October 17and 18. The question now is: who will show up?

Indonesian President Inaugurates Southeast Asia’s First High-speed Railway

Indonesian President Inaugurates Southeast Asia’s First High-speed Railway

By Sebastian Strangio
The $7.3 billion project connects the cities of Jakarta and Bandung, which lie along one of the world's most congested travel corridors.

The Geopolitics of the New India-Middle East-Europe Corridor

The Geopolitics of the New India-Middle East-Europe Corridor

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
IMEC is touted as a counter to China’s BRI, but the scale and scope of the latter initiative is much greater.

How China’s Belt and Road Took Over the World

How China’s Belt and Road Took Over the World

By Shannon Tiezzi
Mapping the BRI's growth over its first 10 years – and its transformation from a Eurasian transit corridor to an initiative with global scope.
A Decade Down the Belt and Road

A Decade Down the Belt and Road

By Ana Horigoshi
One decade of the BRI: Where it started, how it has changed, and where it may be going.

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