China will no longer build coal plants abroad to help countries along the Belt and Road Initiative to get greener.
On 16th September 2021, was unveiled EU’s Indo-Pacific strategy. Can this strategy help the EU to defend its interests in the region?
On 15th September 2021, was announced the upcoming launch of the Global Gateway initiative, a possible EU rival to the BRI.
Several BRI projects have been conducted in Cambodia, but the country still faces majors governance and environment issues.
With the 5th China-Arab expo, Ningxia has for ambition to help Chinese companies expand in Middle East region.
Colombo Port City, a large scale development project under China’s Belt and Road Initiative, an article written by Natasha Fernando.
Book Review: Griffiths, R. and A. Hughes (eds.) (2021): In the way of the Road: The Ecological Consequences of Infrastructure Leiden: IIAS.
On June 30, China and the Ukraine signed a major agreement regarding the financing and construction of transport infrastructure.
EU member States are considering launching an EU version of the Belt and Road Initiative. Would this project work along China’s BRI?
Lithuania decided to quit China’s 17+1 mechanism in May 2021. Is the 17+1 mechanism still relevant? Or should we move to a 27+1 dialogue?