In this episode, Evan Feigenbaum joins us to discuss the evolution of two Asias: security Asia and economic Asia. We discuss these trends and their implications for future development and power dynamics in the region. We examine China’s role in each sphere, and how it might shape the region in the years to come.
Keyword:Belt and Road Initiative
China’s Approach to the Developing World: A Conversation with Joshua Eisenman
In this episode, Dr. Joshua Eisenman joins us to discuss China’s development policies and engagement with the developing world.
2017 ChinaPower Conference, Proposition 1: Belt and Road Initiative, Zhou Fangyin v. Joshua Eisenman
Proposition: The Belt and Road Initiative will achieve China’s desired strategic and economic gains
One Belt, One Road, One Asia?: A Conversation with David M. Lampton
In this episode, we discuss with Professor Lampton the motivations behind, challenges, and projects of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
China’s Energy Security: A Conversation with Zha Daojiong
This episode discusses China’s energy security challenges and the consequences of China’s quest for energy both abroad and domestically with Zha Daojiong, Professor of International Political Economy at the School of International Studies, Peking University.
How Is China Influencing Global Maritime Connectivity?
Decades of economic growth and government prioritization have enabled China to position itself at the nexus of global maritime trade. Beijing is pushing to leverage the nation’s resources to further strengthen connectivity, with a key emphasis on enhancing port infrastructure.
What Do Overseas Visits Reveal about China’s Foreign Policy Priorities?
Overseas visits by top officials are a critical component of diplomacy and soft power. This ChinaPower feature analyzes the foreign diplomatic travels of top Chinese officials, revealing unique insights into China’s foreign policy priorities.
How Are Foreign Rail Construction Projects Advancing China’s Interests?
China’s support for rail infrastructure development across the globe provides a unique opportunity for Beijing to drive regional connectivity and reap the resulting economic and political benefits. Much of this effort is linked to the Belt and Road Initiative, a flagship effort aimed at positioning China at the center of global trade and commerce.