Belt and Road
The Chinese aid model has flaws that resemble Western exploitation in the 1980s. It’s time to come up with something new.
In the fight against climate change, Beijing is advancing an energy policy that is simultaneously playing the good cop and the bad cop. But it doesn’t need to be this way.
If Beijing is serious about securing the SLOC, the construction of new overseas military bases is a matter of ‘when,’ not ‘if.’
A European ‘Belt and Road’ might be what the EU needs to lift the continent out of its economic doldrums.
The EU is walking a fine line on the South China Sea dispute, but can the policy hold over the long-term?
When it comes to coal, Beijing is preaching water but drinking wine.
As a path to economic success and a way to cement its rule, AI represents a lucrative frontier for the Chinese Communist Party. So although Made in China 2025 might be forced to change its branding, the core of the policy isn’t going anywhere.
Belt and Road is both voluntary and essential for finance-starved developing countries.
The attack in Karachi reflects animosity toward Chinese investment in Pakistan’s tribal regions. It may also be a sign of things to come.
Romania should get involved with China’s game-changing development megaproject.