China Belt and Road
Though New Delhi can’t match Beijing dollar-for-dollar, the Indian foreign policy establishment is doing everything it can to ensure that Belt and Road does not go unchallenged in Central and Southeast Asia.
The apparent collapse of a wide-ranging security and economic agreement suggests a triangular arrangement for Pacific nations moving forward.
As a 420 km high-speed railway nears completion, two Chinese-built highways have been given the green light. Will these projects open up Laos, or make it a crossing point on China’s Belt and Road?
Evergrande has laid bare Beijing’s secret: structural weaknesses are sending China into decline.
Weighing in at over 300 billion euros, Global Gateway is no slouch. However, key questions remain surrounding Europe’s answer to Belt and Road.
The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan reshuffles the geopolitical deck in Central Asia, leaving India with what appears to be a losing hand.
The new geopolitical reality on China’s borders could trade short-term pain for long-term gain.
Once again, the old adage is vindicated: Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
Assessing the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) after six years: Has the project's original ambition been realized?
Was the targeting of China’s ambassador a coincidence, or does it represent a change of tact on the part of the Pakistan Taliban?