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Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII)

The Luzon Economic Corridor: A Badly-Needed Win For the US in Southeast Asia?

The Luzon Economic Corridor: A Badly-Needed Win For the US in Southeast Asia?

By Kevin Chen
As a proof of concept for the G-7's Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment, there is a lot riding on the initiative in the northern Philippines.

Washington Is Missing the Point on Alternatives to the Belt and Road Initiative

Washington Is Missing the Point on Alternatives to the Belt and Road Initiative

By Zenel Garcia and Alex Marino
Any alternative corridor (like IMEC) is likely to leverage BRI hubs and completed projects – thus making them complementary rather than competing initiatives.
Indo-Pacific Biden­omics: The Emergence of a New Economic Order

Indo-Pacific Biden­omics: The Emergence of a New Economic Order

By Erin Murphy
The upcoming APEC summit in San Francisco will be a visible culmination of the work that has gone into making economic engagement the leading edge of diplomacy.

The Geopolitics of the New India-Middle East-Europe Corridor

The Geopolitics of the New India-Middle East-Europe Corridor

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
IMEC is touted as a counter to China’s BRI, but the scale and scope of the latter initiative is much greater.

India Noncommittal on the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment

India Noncommittal on the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India’s tepid response to the PGII seems odd given Delhi’s opposition to the BRI, which the new G-7 initiative seeks to counter.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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Don’t Sleep on China’s Global Develop­ment Initiative

Don’t Sleep on China’s Global Develop­ment Initiative

By Fikayo Akeredolu
China’s GDI was largely overshadowed by the G-7’s new infrastructure initiative. Given both sides' track records, though, that may be a mistake.

What the G-7 Infrastructure Initiative Can Offer Southeast Asia

What the G-7 Infrastructure Initiative Can Offer Southeast Asia

By Fikry A. Rahman and Dr. Abdul Razak Ahmad
The Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment will find a receptive audience in the region, but the full scope of the new initiative remains unclear.
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