Italy Wants to Exit the Belt and Road – But Without Curbing Ties With China
By Nicola Casarini
Even after Italy’s BRIexit, the central government, companies, and local authorities will likely continue, and even boost, relations with China across the board.
Italy’s Pivot: Unravelling China’s Belt and Road?
By Usman Zulfiqar Ali
If Italy formally withdraws from the Belt and Road, it would be another blow to the prestige of Xi Jinping's signature foreign policy initiative.
China’s Transnational Repression and Modern Slavery in Italy
By Leonardo Delfanti and Hugh Bohane
An eye-witness report by two investigative journalists on the ground in Prato, Italy.
Why and How Italy and Japan Are Upgrading Their Partnership
By Dario Cristiani
Prime Minister Kishida Fumio’s recent visit to Italy highlighted the growing convergence between the two countries.
The Belt and Road in Italy: 2 Years Later
By Francesca Ghiretti
Two years after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding, where does the BRI stand in Italy?
China, Italy, and Coronavirus: Geopolitics and Propaganda
By Theresa Fallon
In Italy, China is no longer thought of as the origin of COVID-19, but as a friend in a time of dire need.
China-Italy Relations: The BRI Effect
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Romeo Orlandi.