Payra Seaport Won’t Be Another Chinese ‘Pearl’
By Connor Fairman
Despite India’s concerns, the port in Bangladesh won’t become a Chinese asset – but it will bring Beijing other benefits.
Who Will Win the India-China Railway Race in Nepal?
By Biswas Baral
Sino-Indian rivalry expands to Nepal’s railway system.
The Missing Voices at China’s Belt and Road Summit
By Joshua Rosenzweig
The communities who will be directly impacted by Chinese mega-projects will not be represented in Beijing this week.
Is the Crown Jewel of the Belt and Road Losing Its Shine?
By Shannon Tiezzi
A new report suggests that Pakistan’s new government is rethinking CPEC. What does that mean for the whole BRI?
Revisiting the Resurrected Debate About Chinese Neocolonialism
By Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
The potential upsides of Chinese investment may be greater than recognized while the negatives may be exaggerated.
One Belt, One Road, and One Big Competition
By Jacob Mardell
It's not just China; the race to build Eurasian infrastructure has many players.
Jomo Kwame Sundaram on the Belt and Road Vs. the Washington Consensus
By Lu Chen
A former high-ranking UN official discusses Asia’s politico-economic landscape.
China-Thailand Rail Project: New Movement, Old Problems?
By Luke Hunt
Despite the enthusiasm of some, challenges still remain.