Colombo Port City, a large scale development project under China’s Belt and Road Initiative, an article written by Natasha Fernando.
Narrowing the Education Gap and Insurance-Linked Securities (ILS)
Natural disasters can threaten large infrastructure projects and create financial turmoil in developing countries along the new Silk Road.
Singapore’s role in the BRI: staying relevant
Singapore does not require external financing to develop its public infrastructure, but is still looking for taking part in the BRI.
The BRI and the need for its transit infrastructure protection against natural disasters
According to Mr. Savrassov (Phoenix CRetro), the introduction of catastrophe bonds can take the risk off government balance sheets in BRI nations.
Balancing the BRI and MCC: Commonalities in Nepal and Sri Lanka
Article written by Natasha Fernando and Vijay Prasad Jayshwal about the Millenium Challenge Corporation (MCC) in Nepal and Sri Lanka.
From landlocked to land-linked: OBOR in Nepal
Article by Natasha Fernando and Vijay Prasad Jayshwal about the participation of Nepal in the Belt and Road Initiative and relations with China.
Sri Lanka-China relations and the BRI
In this article, Ms. Fernando, an expert in South Asian affairs, debunks the negative narrative of Sri Lanka’s participation in the BRI.