What Lies Behind Modi’s Nepal Visit?
By Bipin Ghimire and Apoorva Pathak
The choice to visit Lumbini for Buddha's birthday was carefully crafted both religiously and geopolitically.
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.
China in Europe: All for One and One for All?
By Agnes Szunomar
Chinese infrastructure-building attempts in Central and Eastern Europe are different in each country. So is the response from host governments.
How China Wins Friends and Influences People
By Shannon Tiezzi
A new study from AidData attempts to quantify China's public diplomacy efforts in East Asia.
Is China Bringing Peace to Afghanistan?
By Sudha Ramachandran
China’s role in Afghanistan is undoubtedly growing. What does that mean for the peace process?
Tillerson Slams Chinese Financial Practices in Africa
By Ankit Panda
Before his own trip, the U.S. secretary of state accused China of causing “dependency” through “predatory loans.”