Colombo Port City, a large scale development project under China’s Belt and Road Initiative, an article written by Natasha Fernando.
Afghanistan’s stability is an international challenge and may have consequences for the future of China’s BRI, particularly for the CPEC.
Nepali-Chinese relations have grown stronger since the beginning of the Belt and Road Initiative with new projects.
Turkey, Iran and Pakistan agreed to resume the Istanbul-Tehran-Islamabad and increase connectivity from Eastern Mediterranean Sea to South Asia.
Shanghai Cooperation Organisation members (SCO), but India, have approved the Belt and Road Initiative, to build the new silk road in Central Asia.
At Climate Ambition Summit 2020, Prime Minister Imran Khan gave priority to renewable energies over coal-fired power plants. CPEC is getting greener!
Article written by Natasha Fernando and Vijay Prasad Jayshwal about the Millenium Challenge Corporation (MCC) in Nepal and Sri Lanka.
To promote Gwadar and the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Europe, OBOReurope and Cooperans have just launched gwadar.eu.
What does the future Iran-China agreement mean for the CPEC? Can Iran, Pakistan and China cooperate on this development programme?
In the current crisis context, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a priority for Islamabad. With CPEC projects, Pakistan will secure development.