China has invested US$90 billion in the countries involved in its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) since 2013. The BRI…
Belt and Road Initiative
China is exporting its model of invasive, all-encompassing surveillance to Central Asia, often for free.
Rallies began as talk circulated about plans to build dozens of factories.
Moody’s report predicts Chinese companies will become more selective and cautious when investing in overseas projects.
This Chinese-financed and constructed highway is part of a broader network that will connect Pakistan’s two largest cities.
Overpopulated and congested Jakarta may no longer be suited to be Indonesia’s capital.
China’s top ally Pakistan is a growing market for the embattled Huawei.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is neither a “Marshall Plan” for Eurasia and Africa nor a form of “debt-trap diplomacy.”
Relations between Beijing and Islamabad ascend “higher than the Himalayas” as bilateral space cooperation grows.