Professor Ye talked with fDi’s Seth O’Farrell about how China’s economic policy was born of crisis, not desire for control.
“As the country recovers from the pandemic, it is likely to pursue BRI with more deliberation at home and more opportunities abroad.”
Professor Ye went beyond top-level rhetoric to explore BRI’s origins, its implementation, and its on-the-ground effects inside China.
Professor Ye outlined China’s rapid economic recovery and the role of the BRI in this during a segment on Money Talks.
This event series will examine the economic, social, political, and security impacts of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher discusses how China’s Belt and Road Initiative is transforming into a vehicle for a green energy transition.
Prof. Min Ye published a journal article entitled “Fragmentation and Mobilization: Domestic Politics of the Belt and Road in China.”
The Center for the Study of Europe and Center for the Study of Asia hosted the symposium entitled “By Land and By Sea: China’s Belt and Road in Europe.”
Dean Adil Najam gave the keynote address at a symposium on China’s One Belt One Road Initiative hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review.
Prof. Grimes compares the massive regional infrastructure plan to Japanese aid and investment in East Asia in the 1980s and early 1990s.