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What Role Does Soft Power Play in China-US Relations?
May 08, 2018

What Role Does Soft Power Play in China-US Relations?

By Farwa Aamer
Can soft power be reimagined beyond the parameters of competition in Sino-U.S. relations?

New Climate Change Fears, Old Mekong Problems
March 21, 2018

New Climate Change Fears, Old Mekong Problems

By Luke Hunt
The evidence continues to pile up on the river’s bleak future.
China Gives Belarus New Armored Vehicles
June 29, 2017

China Gives Belarus New Armored Vehicles

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Beijing doles out a new round of military technical assistance to Minsk.

What the Gulf States Think of 'One Belt, One Road'
May 24, 2017

What the Gulf States Think of 'One Belt, One Road'

By Giorgio Cafiero and Daniel Wagner
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, and Oman have mixed feelings about China's ambitious project.

The Problem With China’s One Belt, One Road Strategy
May 24, 2017

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.

China's Mediterranean Interests and Challenges
May 01, 2017

China's Mediterranean Interests and Challenges

By Andrea Ghiselli
The region is one of expanding interests and growing challenges for Beijing.

Linking Afghanistan to China's Belt and Road
April 24, 2017

Linking Afghanistan to China's Belt and Road

By Ahmad Bilal Khalil
Linking Kabul to both the China-Pakistan Energy Corridor and OBOR could go a long way in bringing the region together.
Many Belts, Many Roads: How China's Provinces Will Tweak a Global Project
February 04, 2017

Many Belts, Many Roads: How China's Provinces Will Tweak a Global Project

By Adrian Raftery
OBOR may be a national-level plan, but the provincial governments will mold the project to suit local needs.

China and Sri Lanka: Between a Dream and a Nightmare
November 18, 2016

China and Sri Lanka: Between a Dream and a Nightmare

By Jeff M. Smith
Colombo is realizing the unintended strategic consequences of closer ties with Beijing.

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