Even if the BRI projects in Europe are slowing down because of Covid19 pandemic, a Sino-European partnership remains a priority for both parties.
The implementation of the BRI in Kenya has been facing some obstacles. However, Kenya and China share many interests in jointly developing this initiative.
In the current crisis context, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a priority for Islamabad. With CPEC projects, Pakistan will secure development.
Article by Natasha Fernando and Vijay Prasad Jayshwal about the participation of Nepal in the Belt and Road Initiative and relations with China.
On June 18, 2020, State Councilor Wang Yi and officials from 25 countries agreed to develop solutions together in order to recover from Covid-19.
China’s decision to limit the construction of skyscrapers illustrates the country’s economic transformation and may shape 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.
The state of Victoria in Australia, led by Premier Daniel Andrews, is looking for getting involved in the BRI in spite of federal government’s reluctance.
Serbia can become a major interlocutor in the Sino-European dialogue if it continues to move closer to the EU while strengthening its relations with China.
China and Africa need to continue to dialogue and thus ensure greater entente between Africans and Chinese, in order to avoid misunderstandings.