Beyond Rhetoric: The Tangible Impact of China-US Decoupling
By Gabriele Manca
From trade data to investment, economic statistics are starting to reflect the emphasis on curtailing dependencies.
A New Belt and Road Initiative Toolkit
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jacinta Chen.
Will the BRI Survive Economic Decoupling?
By Federico Jensen
Ironically, many projects within the BRI are the precondition for a successful decoupling from China.
China’s Tech Companies Are Going Global – and Remaking China’s Image in the Process
By Laura Grunberg
Chinese start-ups are no longer content to focus on the domestic audience, but are targeting global reach from day one.
Can the Belt and Road Help Countries Replicate China’s Development Successes?
By David Skidmore
Ironically, the solutions proposed by the BRI contradict China’s own development model.
Making the Belt and Road Environmentally Sustainable
By Jackson Ewing
‘Greening’ the BRI is a two-way street that starts in Beijing.
China’s Digital Silk Road: A Game Changer for Asian Economies
By Chan Jia Hao
Chinese tech investments will jumpstart digital development in emerging economies. Are today's digital giants ready for the competition?
China’s Belt and Road Debate
By Antara Ghosal Singh
Even as world leaders converge on Beijing for the Belt and Road Forum, some in China are calling for a slow-and-steady approach.
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.
China’s Belt and Road: A Reality Check
By Richard Boucher
The Belt and Road makes China a player, but not the biggest nor the most dominant, in the game of international finance.
China’s ‘Debt Diplomacy’ Is a Misnomer. Call It ‘Crony Diplomacy.’
By Mark Akpaninyie
The debt trap isn’t a national strategy. Instead, unchecked profit motive is driving Chinese firms to exploit poor nations.
Examining Crime and Terrorism Along China’s Belt and Road
By Philip Dubow
In 2017, I asked if Xi Jinping’s signature strategy was increasing crime and terrorism. Today, are we any closer to an answer?