B3W Might Not Be Able to Compete With BRI in Southeast Asia, But That’s Okay
By Maria Adele Carrai and William Yuen Yee
Rather than competing in a sector where China is strong – infrastructure – B3W should focus on U.S. strength areas.
The Belt and Road in Cambodia: Successes and Challenges
By Sok Kha
It’s time for the BRI to incorporate a more participatory and inclusive approach in Cambodia.
Will China Undermine Its Own Influence in Southeast Asia Through the Belt and Road?
By Xue Gong
China’s activism in relation to the BRI has led to rising concerns in Southeast Asia.
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.
The China-Japan Infrastructure Nexus: Competition or Collaboration?
By Ravi Prasad
Can China and Japan cooperate in building Southeast Asia's much-needed infrastructure?
The Unfolding Mekong Development Disaster
By Tom Fawthrop
How China’s grand strategy for the Mekong impacts the river, and the countries downstream.
How the US Is Losing to China in Southeast Asia
By James Guild
As Trump prepares to travel to Southeast Asia next month, China is already beating him to the punch where it counts.
China’s Southeast Asia Gambit
By Gatra Priyandita and Trissia Wijaya
"China paradoxically presents both threats and opportunities to Southeast Asia."
Chinese Infrastructure Investment Goes Abroad
By Lucio Blanco Pitlo III
And as it does so, Chinese firms will need to adapt to some very different environments.
US Mulls New Asia Infrastructure Facility to Rival Regional Players
By Prashanth Parameswaran
“One-stop shop” would better coordinate and market what the United States can offer.