Six experts share their views on what to expect from China’s Belt and Road Initiative as it enters its second decade
While China’s overseas debt stock has decreased for the first time in a while, the road toward debt sustainability in developing countries remains bumpy.
What does China’s post-quake aid to Turkey and Syria say about its notion of “great power responsibility”?
2022 saw greener, more technology-oriented and smaller BRI projects. How will engagement evolve after China’s re-opening?
The government made a few concessions to the people of Gwadar following the latest protests. But the future of Gwadar lies in how the Baloch people are included in the development process.
Feliciano de Sá Guimarães believes that any Chinese investment that creates high-skill jobs in Brazil will be welcome by the new administration
Guo Yu shows the complexity of grouping countries based on their developmental status
PBOC’s Jin Zhongxia admits that reforms at CDB and China Exim might be needed for future debt treatments
Fiji-based Maureen Penjueli tells us how Pacific communities respond to charm campaigns in the context of the climate emergency and other global challenges
Nigerian journalist Solomon Elusoji was invited to a reporting and study trip in China as part of Beijing’s public diplomacy. He wrote about the experience in a new book.
Zhao Liang’s blogpost about how he oversaw the soft loan to Nepal to build the Pokhara Airport offers insight into the Chinese lending process