Competition for leadership in the Indo-Pacific is poised to intensify as U.S. reengagement in the region continues.
The China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan railway would offer China and Central Asian countries a route to Europe bypassing Russia.
Instead of claiming ownership over the entire moon, China could try to establish de facto control over parts of it through "salami slicing."
The Dar es Salaam Bus Rapid Transit is both political and deeply embedded into global and local social structures.
China-Pakistan relations are being tested by the U.S.-China rivalry, economic and political instability in Pakistan, and terrorism.
Kenya and Pakistan showcase why democratic governments in the developing world have partnered with China to build their hard infrastructure.