What a collection of ethnographic studies about “neighboring China” can tell us about the Belt and Road
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
Interviews with banks and SOE executives shed light on what motivates Chinese players to (not) go green in BRI projects.
CIDCA’s proposed Measures open a new window into Chinese foreign aid, but stakeholders should manage their expectations
As US-China tension increases over the BRI, third-party actors find themselves caught in the crossfire.
Chinese companies are not just pouring concrete along the Belt and Road. Financing is a big part of China’s overseas involvement.
Shinzo Abe’s visit to Beijing sets the two countries on a path to collaborate along the Belt and Road
China is shifting away from coal domestically but building many coal power plants overseas, why?
FOCAC exposed tension between Chinese overseas involvement and domestic public opinion
A Russian environmentalist’s account of the Chinese effort to engage BRI country NGOs for environmental restoration