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?
On 5th July, Chinese President, Xi Jinping, held a virtual meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron.
On 23rd June 2021, the Chinese State Councillor Wang Yi chaired the Asia and Pacific High-level Conference on Belt and Road Cooperation.
Afghanistan’s stability is an international challenge and may have consequences for the future of China’s BRI, particularly for the CPEC.
President Xi Jinping unveiled in late May, a new diplomatic approach to give China a more “trustworthy, lovable and respectable” image.
What is G7 “Build Back Better World” (B3W), and can it compete with China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)?
A first Belt and Road Initiative project may soon get developed in Kiribati by China. Beijing may renovate an airstrip in Kanton island.