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Will Gotabaya Revisit Sri Lanka’s Hambantota ‘Debt Trap’ With China?
November 19, 2019

Will Gotabaya Revisit Sri Lanka’s Hambantota ‘Debt Trap’ With China?

By Ankit Panda
The new president’s election manifesto pledged to “revisit” the 99 year lease transfer of Hambantota port.

How Chinese Mobile Money Technology Can Mitigate Excess Sovereign Debt
July 05, 2019

How Chinese Mobile Money Technology Can Mitigate Excess Sovereign Debt

By Xiaochen Su
China could share its experience in fintech to help developing countries raise their tax income.
Reforming the Chiang Mai Initiative
May 21, 2019

Reforming the Chiang Mai Initiative

By Mie Oba
Can East Asia come together to strengthen its financial system?

Is Sri Lanka Really a Victim of China’s ‘Debt Trap’? 
May 14, 2019

Is Sri Lanka Really a Victim of China’s ‘Debt Trap’? 

By Umesh Moramudali
Sri Lanka’s debt crisis and Chinese loans – separating myth from reality.

China’s ‘Debt Diplomacy’ Is a Misnomer. Call It ‘Crony Diplomacy.’
March 12, 2019

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.

Demystifying Debt Along China’s New Silk Road
March 06, 2019

Demystifying Debt Along China’s New Silk Road

By Sophie van der Meer
Is Beijing really seeking to buy political influence abroad?

Sri Lanka: Caught in an Indo-China ‘Great Game’?
February 23, 2019

Sri Lanka: Caught in an Indo-China ‘Great Game’?

By Shakthi De Silva
A blueprint for Sri Lanka’s foreign policy.
The Trouble With Trump's New Africa Strategy
December 18, 2018

The Trouble With Trump's New Africa Strategy

By Zhang Chao
The strategy seems to be more about competing with China than benefiting African countries.

Washington’s Bungled Buenos Aires Summit
December 06, 2018

Washington’s Bungled Buenos Aires Summit

By Scott Moore
Trump's economic war against China is deeply corrosive for U.S. influence in bodies like the G-20.

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