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2022/03/21 | The Conversation

Ukraine: Why China Is Not Yet Bailing Out Russia

China has been careful not to make enemies in Europe. Ukraine and much of the former Soviet Union are key components in the ongoing Belt-and-Road initiatives to build a massive international infrastructure of trade routes.

2022/03/04 | The Interpreter

China Needs To Rethink Its Russia Policy

Beijing may find it difficult to handle this troublesome “no limits” partner.

2022/01/28 | Voice of America

China’s Financial Diplomacy Wins Influence in Central Asian Countries

Even though its position in central Asian countries has evolved quite successfully, China still faces obstacles such as nationalism and political elites’ distrust of Beijing.

2021/10/15 | Global Voices

Why Are Czech Elites Being Captured by Beijing Narratives?

Since its independence, the Czech Republic has experienced remarkable changes in its relations with China.

2019/11/05 | Op-Ed

Indonesia Should Stop Fearing Chinese Workers

Indonesia’s growing anti-Chinese sentiment is mostly based on bias and disinformation, which will end up being unproductive to the country’s economic progress.

2019/03/13 | Chinadialogue

China May Determine the Future of Myanmar's Fragile Rivers

Chinese companies are pushing to resume destructive dam projects, ignoring a key assessment and the objections of local people.

2018/09/28 | China Brief

China and Myanmar Circle Warily around Proposed Economic Corridor

There is considerable doubt on both sides over a proposed China-Myanmar Economic Corridor.

2018/09/07 | Stuart Heaver

China's One Belt, One Road Is One Dimensional Compared with the Maritime Original

Exploring the breadth and diversity of cultural and economic exchange enabled by the Maritime Silk Road reveals the comparative paucity of its modern-day counterpart.