With the second edition of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation being held recently, all eyes were on whether China had learnt any lessons from implementing the project for five years and how it would adjust its plans to address member states’ concerns. But what have the smaller states in South Asia such as Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bangladesh learnt from their experience with the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)? How has their engagement with BRI evolved over time and where is it headed in the future? These are some of the questions that SAV contributors Abdullah Rafee, Kamal Dev Bhattarai, and Priyanka Moonesinghe explore in out latest series.
بیلٹ اینڈ روڈ انیشی ایٹو ( بی آر آئی) نے چین کے تیزرفتارعروج سے خطے کو درپیش خطرات اور امیدوں کے بارے میں جنوبی ایشیا […]
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has fueled a passionate debate across South Asia on the promises and perils of China’s rapid rise across the […]
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) encapsulates the global breadth and strategic consequence of modern Chinese economic prowess. Comprised of both ocean-based and land-based projects […]
For the second edition of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation held in Beijing late last week, there was high-level participation from Nepal, […]
The China-Bangladesh relationship has enjoyed a growing closeness in recent years, particularly after Xi Jinping’s 2016 visit to Bangladesh – the first by a Chinese […]