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The Strategic Rationale for European Engagement in China’s Belt and Road Initiative

13 Nov 2018

By Viking Bohman, coordinator of Stockholm Belt and Road Observatory, and Christer Ljungwall, affiliated professor in the Asia Research Centre at the Copenhagen Business School – The Belt and Road Ini...Read More


Economic diplomacy brief: infrastructure and trade

8 Nov 2018

By Greg Earl, Deputy Editor of The Australian Financial Review – If infrastructure building is the new Great Game in the Indo-Pacific, the question is whether this week’s developments represent a warm...Read More


Exposure of belt and road economies to China trade shocks

6 Nov 2018

By Paulo Bastos, World Bank Group – The Belt and Road Initiative seeks to deepen China's international integration by improving infrastructure and strengthening trade and investment linkages with coun...Read More


As Western Ties Fray, Putin and Xi are Increasingly Close

1 Nov 2018

By Torrey Taussig, Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow – September was a busy month in Russia’s Far East. On September 11 and 12, Russia hosted its fourth-annual Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in the port ci...Read More


Trade impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative

25 Oct 2018

By Joanna Konings, Senior Economist, ING – The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is increasing transport connections between Asia and Europe with potential consequences for international trade. Trade bet...Read More


A lens on the Greater Bay Area: Magnifying opportunities for businesses in the region

23 Oct 2018

By KPMG China – The Greater Bay Area (GBA) represents a national development strategy to economically and socially integrate the nine cities in Guangdong’s Pearl River Delta, as well as Hong Kong and ...Read More


China’s Global Investment: Neither the US nor Belt and Road

18 Oct 2018

By Derek Scissors, American Enterprise Institute – China is investing much less in the US than it did just a year ago. It has never invested much in the Belt and Road. Yet China’s global investment sp...Read More


China’s “One Belt One Road” The Dragon Spreads its Wings over Asia

11 Oct 2018

By Andrew Haskins and Terry Suen, Colliers International – Despite capital controls, total Chinese investment in overseas property assets reached an all-time high of USD39.5 billion in 2017, up by 8% ...Read More


Outlook of Belt and Road International Power Cooperation in 2018

9 Oct 2018

By Kevin Guo - Deloitte China Energy & Resources, Managing Partner; Xu Sitao - Deloitte China, Chief Economist – This report provides deeply risk analysis and development trend about China participate...Read More


How Big Is China’s Belt and Road?

4 Oct 2018

By Jonathan E. Hillman, Fellow, Simon Chair in Political Economy, and Director, Reconnecting Asia Project, Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) – The big numbers being floated for Presi...Read More


China Looks to the Arctic

2 Oct 2018

By Malte Humpert, Founder and Senior Fellow, The Arctic Institute – The Arctic represents a small but growing part of China's long-term quest to secure access to natural and energy resources and to ga...Read More


Embracing the BRI ecosystem in 2018

26 Sept 2018

By Deloitte – It is difficult to think of any recent venture that has generated such a mixture of optimism and discussion as China’s transcontinental development project, the $900 billion Belt and Roa...Read More


The Belt and Road Initiative in Vietnam: Challenges and Prospects

18 Sept 2018

By Le Hong Hiep, Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute – Vietnam is offering diplomatic support to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), but is cautious about applying for loans from it. This atti...Read More


The Eurasian Landbridge and China’s Belt and Road Initiative

13 Sept 2018

By Richard Pomfret, Professor of Economics, Adelaide University – China’s Belt and Road Initiative has the potential to extend the Eurasian Landbridge to include both the current China-Poland mainline...Read More


The Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ): Putting Malaysia’s SMEs onto the Digital Silk Road

11 Sept 2018

By Tham Siew Yean, Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore – The DFTZ was launched in November 2017 in partnership with Jack Ma, Executive Chairman of the Alibaba Group. It aims to c...Read More


Game of Loans - How China Bought Hambantota Challenges

6 Sept 2018

By Jonathan E. Hillman, Fellow, Simon Chair in Political Economy, and Director, Reconnecting Asia Project – Unable to repay its debt, Sri Lanka gave China a controlling equity stake and a 99-year leas...Read More


Blue China: Navigating the Maritime Silk Road to Europe

4 Sept 2018

By ECFR - Mathieu Duchâtel, Deputy Director of the Asia and China Programme, European Council on Foreign Relations; Alexandre Sheldon Duplaix, Researcher-Lecturer, French Defense Historical Service - ...Read More


China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative - Economic Drivers and Challenges

30 Aug 2018

By Matthew P. Funaiole, Fellow, China Power Project; Jonathan E. Hillman, Fellow, Simon Chair in Political Economy, and Director, Reconnecting Asia Project – China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative (MSR...Read More


Seizing greenfield infrastructure opportunities in ASEAN

28 Aug 2018

By PwC – Infrastructure development is crucial to improving connectivity and driving sustainable growth in ASEAN. It is important to identify the changing needs of each of these countries in order to ...Read More


China’s Maritime Silk Road: Strategic and Economic Implications for the Indo-Pacific Region

23 Aug 2018

By Michael J. Green, Senior Vice President for Asia and Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) – China unveiled the concept for the Twenty-First Century Maritime Silk...Read More

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