Ye Comments on Future of China’s BRI and Challenges to Come
The Belt and Road Initiative’s importance in China’s global strategy will stay and its global reach will likely expand gradually. However, Professor Ye argues that the BRI faces three significant hurdles moving forward.
Heine Interviewed on Globalization and Impact of China’s BRI
The Global South is where the big opportunities lie and where the future lies. As Ambassador Heine says, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is an excellent example of successful cooperation with the Global South.
Ye Explores Genesis, Growth, and Future of China’s BRI
According to Professor Ye, China’s BRI achieved its initial driver to cohere China’s political actors to foster a more robust domestic and international strategy meaning it will be well worth celebrating next year at its tenth anniversary in 2023.
Ye Reflects on Ten Years of Belt and Road Initiative
While the BRI has been an integral part of the global economy over the past ten years and greatly bolstered the economies of developing countries, Professor Ye argues that its success does not mean China will dominate the world economy in the future.
Ye Reflect on 10 Years of BRI Implementation During NCUSCR Webinar
Drawing from her most recent book “The Belt Road and Beyond: State-Mobilized Globalization in China: 1998–2018,” Professor Ye examines how China has changed over the BRI’s ten-year implementation, how it has shaped Chinese foreign policy, and the challenges it faces moving forward.
Heine Comments on U.S./G7 Counter to China’s BRI
China’s BRI has vastly increased its influence in global politics, but the U.S. and G7 are trying to counteract this. Can these superpowers collaborate on global infrastructure rather than compete? Ambassador Heine offers his thoughts.
GDP Center Paper Explains Impact of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Indonesia
Chinese investment in Indonesia is unique from other BRI projects, as it’s concentrated in the environmentally sensitive sectors of the metals industry and infrastructure. This GDP Center research compares the environmental risks between FDI projects and identifies Indigenous communities that may be impacted by multiple risks
Ye Explores Geopolitical Controversies Surrounding BRI
China so often promotes the BRI as a “win-win” initiative, but why has it met backlash and protests among many recipient countries?
GDP Featured in Multiple Publications
The Global Development Policy (GDP) Center at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Gloabl Studies was featured in three recent articles in The Economist, Financial Times, and Panda Paw Dragon Claw discussing China’s international infrastructure investments as well as its “Belt and Road Initiative,” or BRI. In an article published on June 4, 2020, The Economist discuses the BRI – China’s…
GDP Center Featured in The Economist & Other Publications
The Pardee School’s Global Development Policy Center was cited in a number of recent publications discussing China’s “Belt and Road Initiative.”
Najam Keynotes at WWF Workshop on Infrastructure and BRI
Dean Adil Najam was invited to present the opening keynote address at a 3-day workshop on infrastructure and the BRI organized by the China and Pakistan offices of WWF.
Min Ye Publishes New Book: The Belt Road and Beyond
Prof. Min Ye’s just published new book, The Belt Road and Beyond is now available: What is China’s strategic goal and what are the strategic impulses behind this ambitious move?
Ye’s Research Featured in Trade Winds News
Prof. Min Ye’s study, entitled “The Domestic Politics of China’s Belt and Road Initiative,” was featured in a cover story in Trade Winds News.
Gallagher Appointed to Co-Chair Policy Study on Greening the BRI
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher will co-chair a special policy study on “Greening the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).”
Gallagher in Climate Wire on BRI Emissions
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher discusses how Belt and Road borrower nations can help keep the initiative’s emissions in check.