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.
Sydney Think Tank Says China Less Generous Toward Pacific
By Rod McGuirk
Chinese aid to the Pacific shrank by 31 percent in 2019 to $169 million, the Lowy Institute said.
China’s Latest White Paper and Southeast Asia
By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Bradley Murg about China's development aid and its flagging Belt and Road Initiative.
What Does a New White Paper Tell Us About China’s International Aid?
By Zhang Chao and Tang Yuxuan
The official document casts light on how China's aid program has grown and evolved since 2014.
Why Is Transparency So Important for China’s Development Assistance?
By Zhang Chao
The lack of transparency only given strength to China’s critics and tied its own hands.
Aiding Africa: If Not China, Then Who?
By Grace Guo
An overemphasis on the challenges posed by Chinese aid to Africa can conceal the difficulty of providing credible alternatives.
How China Came to Dominate Cambodia
By David Hutt
How Cambodia went from denouncing China to being Beijing's most faithful client state.
Learning From China’s Foreign Aid Model
By Ron Matthews, Xiaojuan Ping, and Li Ling
China's aid strategy contradicts the Western approach, but is arguably more effective in achieving development goals.
China Sends Aid, Medical Teams to Fight Ebola Outbreak
By Shannon Tiezzi
China is stepping up its role in containing the deadly virus' rampage in West Africa.
The BRICS Bank and China’s Economic Statecraft
By George Yin
Can a China-dominated New Development Bank replace the World Bank and the IMF?