In this special issue of our newsletter, we look at how Chinese media and society is trying to make sense of the bewildering situation in Afghanistan
China’s provinces are sending empty freight trains to Europe. Chinese media explains why.
Beijing foreign correspondents talk about the challenges of reporting the Belt and Road
Andres Bermudez Lievano, who has covered China for a Latin American audience from Beijing and Bogota, shares his views about how China reporting in the region can improve
Analysis of media and parliamentary discourse shows that the BRI has hardly made a dent in Central and Eastern European perceptions of Chinese influence
What we know about the second Belt and Road Summit in April 2019?
Longtime Belt and Road observer Zhang Hong shares her insights about the historical evolution of China’s “Going Out”
What a new genre in Chinese social media tells us about how the Belt and Road Initiative is perceived domestically
As China celebrates 40 years of reform and opening up, the BRI needs to find its own place in and beyond Deng Xiaoping’s legacy
As US-China tension increases over the BRI, third-party actors find themselves caught in the crossfire.