President Xi Jinping’s new pledge not only puts the fate of many coal power plants on the line, but also changes the long standing narrative of the BRI
China’s support for coal power around the world is likely to end quietly, without the kind of high-level policy announcement that many have been hoping for, argues Tom Baxter
Belt and Road Through My Village is a new book that listens to the perspectives of those most affected by BRI mega projects
China’s power infrastructure investment comes in multiple forms, all of which entail different risks
Chinese companies are not just pouring concrete along the Belt and Road. Financing is a big part of China’s overseas involvement.
China is shifting away from coal domestically but building many coal power plants overseas, why?