The Belt and Road Initiative proposed by China is a visionary cross-continental development and cooperation mechanism that focuses on providing regional public service, rather than a geo-political tool as some worry about. The fast progress of the initiative, with over 70 countries and international organizations
In a recent op-ed in the South China Morning Post, senior advisor to president-elect Donald Trump and former CIA Director James Woolsey proposed a “warming” of the US’ disposition to both the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and the One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative.
SYDNEY, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) — China’s Belt and Road initiative is a good way to counter the renewed protectionist and isolationist sentiment, Australian academics told a forum discussing the historical significance of the Silk Road on Wednesday. “We cannot retreat into a state of splendid
“Very great, and very much of a global perspective and pattern,” said Peruvian veteran diplomat Gonzalo Gutierrez, referring to Chinese President Xi Jinping’s remarks on the initiative at Saturday’s APEC CEO Summit. Gutierrez said that it is his hope to see the “silk road” reach Latin America
If one analyses the acclaimed CPEC project closely, it can be seen that it is a part of China’s magnificent concept of interlinking a vast array of countries through development of roads and infrastructure. Officially known as the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative, this
Chinese delegation visited Islamabad and they’ve stressed the importance of the implementation of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The delegation of the Communist Party of China (CPC) which was led by An Yuejun, the deputy general of the International Department of party who