China’s power infrastructure investment comes in multiple forms, all of which entail different risks
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
Ma Xinyue argues that debt financing along the Belt and Road is as much a “trap” for debtors as it is for China
How are China’s private companies shaping the contour of the Belt and Road Initiative? Cambodia provides an important example.
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
The 2nd Belt and Road Forum in Beijing ended with a set of software patches to BRI 1.0
Analysis of media and parliamentary discourse shows that the BRI has hardly made a dent in Central and Eastern European perceptions of Chinese influence
Alvin Camba develops a conceptual model to explain why certain Chinese overseas projects progress while others get stalled
A first-person account of how China’s hydropower giants engage with civil society groups when operating overseas