While Chinese companies seek to occupy more dominant positions in the global supply chain of critical minerals, they should first confront a glaring governance gap
Host country elites are using BRI investments as leverage to advance industrial policy goals, creating winners and losers along the way.
Asia’s infrastructure needs are real. But creditor competition can motivate political opportunism rather than sound policy choices, argues Jessica Liao.
China is shifting away from coal domestically but building many coal power plants overseas, why?