Will Thailand’s Chinese High-Speed Railway Be Worth It?
By Pechnipa Dominique Lam
The government is rushing ahead with the high-speed rail, even as the public is left in the dark.
Who Benefits From the Chinese-Built Hungary-Serbia Railway?
By Zoltán Vörös
The details behind the project make it clear that China is the real winner.
Hong Kong’s High-Speed Rail Station: Another Test for ‘One Country, Two Systems’
By Charlotte Gao
Parts of the plan for the new station remain controversial.
Why China Won Mexico’s High-Speed Rail Project
By Clint Richards
As the only bidder, Beijing reflects its growing appetite for risky projects.
China’s Westward Strategy
By Yo-Jung Chen
Beijing is seeking new energy supply routes to its west. Will that influence its eastern strategy?