Month: July 2022
China Debt: A Problem for Tajikistan
Shrouded in secrecy, 60% of Tajikistan's external debt is owed to the Export-Import Bank of China.
Eurasianet / July 22, 2022
Here’s Why China Is Unlikely to Claim Ownership of the Moon
Instead of claiming ownership over the entire moon, China could try to establish de facto control over parts of it through "salami slicing."
Svetla Ben-Itzhak and R. Lincoln Hines / July 13, 2022
Why Biden’s IPEF Is Not Enough to Counter China
The IPEF is limited as a tool for U.S. regional trade integration in the absence of U.S. market access or tariff liberalization.
Aidan Arasasingham and Emily Benson / July 6, 2022
The BRICS Show Resilience Amid Global Tumult
BRICS countries could develop an alternative to the U.S. dollar-based global financial system.
Zongyuan Zoe Liu / July 6, 2022
China is the Big Winner of the Ukraine War
The primary economic and strategic beneficiary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine will be China.
Vasily Kashin / July 5, 2022
The Dar es Salaam Bus Rapid Transit: Slowed by Political Bottlenecks
The Dar es Salaam Bus Rapid Transit is both political and deeply embedded into global and local social structures.
Malve Jacobsen / July 5, 2022