What Lies Ahead for Chinese Lending to Africa?
By Trevor Lwere
Despite much talk of a slowdown, there is reason to believe that Chinese loans to African countries will increase in 2024.
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.
China’s Transition From the Belt and Road to the Global Development Initiative
By Lunting Wu
China is transitioning from one major global project to another. How are they different?
One Year After a Landmark Green Finance Policy, Can Chinese Banks Go Green?
By Michelle Chan
Chinese banks have been the last resort of projects too toxic for other lenders to touch. Can the Green Finance Guidelines force a change?
Demystifying China’s Role in Sri Lanka’s Debt Restructuring
By Umesh Moramudali and Thilina Panduwawala
Sri Lanka’s debt restructuring is deeply embedded both within a global emerging market debt crisis and a moment of rethinking within China about its global role as a creditor.
How BRI Debt Puts China at Risk
By Jessica C. Liao
Critics pushing the “debt trap diplomacy” slogan often downplay the fact that BRI debt is as much a problem for China as it is for borrowing countries.
Latin America's Oil-Dependent States Struggle to Repay Chinese Debts
By Zhang Chun
The global oil crisis has forced Latin America and China to re-examine their terms of trade.