China’s Transportation Plan Will Boost Post-Pandemic Logistics
By Sara Hsu
As China’s infrastructure improves further, it’s going to be harder than ever for U.S. multinationals to move to underdeveloped countries like Vietnam and Indonesia.
As China-India Border Construction Heats up, So Do Confrontations
By Riya Singh Rathore
In the short term, more development means more clashes. But could there be a positive impact in the long term?
China to Build New Railway Link to Tibet as India Watches Apprehensively
By Sudha Ramachandran
The Ya’an-Nyingchi rail line will simultaneously bolster China’s control over Tibet as well as serve a military purpose.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge: White Elephant in the Pearl River
By Martin Sebena
The bridge will never recover its costs. Hardly anyone can drive on it. So why was it built?
Helen Qiao: China Ready to Cushion Trade Shocks
By Maurits Elen
But re-opening liquidity floodgates is likely to be wisely avoided.
Where Is Rural Rejuvenation Leading China?
By Xinling Wang
Rather than addressing market distortions, China's government is turning to a more comfortable strategy.
12 Regions of China: Why the Center Still Reigns Supreme
By John Lee
While China can be conceptualized as 12 distinct regions, that doesn't mean the country is going to split apart.
How an Overlooked Provincial Capital Became a Silk Road Hub
By Alessandra Colarizi
Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan, is emerging as the key transit node for the Belt and Road in northern China.
More Troubles for China's Southern Mega-Bridge Project
By Cal Wong
After a string of delays and cost overruns, now 21 employees have been arrested for falsifying test results.
The Problem With China’s One Belt, One Road Strategy
By Spencer Sheehan
China has a mixed record with large infrastructure projects abroad, something OBOR host countries should keep in mind.
The Real Trouble With China’s Belt and Road
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Though Beijing has made inroads in addressing some concerns, the true structural challenges for the initiative remain.
The Trouble With China's Latest Subway-Building Binge
By Spencer Sheehan
New models are necessary to avoid the mistakes of the past.