Tag: One Belt–One Road

The Friendship Between Turkey’s Erdogan and Venezuela’s Maduro Renders Notions of “left and right” totally obsolete

While many of this year’s UN General Assembly speeches have been lacklustre compared to last year, some heads of state always deliver when called to the rostrum to offer their verdict on the state of the world and the role their nation ought to play in shaping it. Two such […]

A Rejection of the Russia Pacific by Small Minded Soviet Fossils is Tantamount to Treason Against Young Russians

In the aftermath of the Eastern Economic Forum held in Vladivostok, Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed a new era in north-east Asian cooperation which includes the renaissance of Sino-Russian relations, a coming rapprochement between Japan and Russia and possibly even between Japan and China. Finally, this strategy for a new […]

China is Not “Taking Over” Zambian Airport – But if China Did, it Would Not be Problematic

Chinese media and officials from the Zambian government are denying the content of fake news reports stating that China would take possession of Zambia’s largest airport and other infrastructure projects in light of an alleged failure on Zambia’s part to repay debts to Beijing. According to a report from China’s […]

Algeria to Join the One Belt–One Road Initiative

Algerian media have reported that the country’s Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel and China’s Chairman of National Development and Reform Commission He Lifeng have signed a memorandum of understanding on the sidelines of the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation which confirms Algeria’s intention of becoming a partner nation in […]

Andrew Korybko Interview – “CPEC: Security Implications and Suggested Strategies”

Hadiqa Mir, a student of M.Phil Peace and Conflict Studies at Pakistan’s National Defence University (NDU) in Islamabad, conducted the following written interview with Andrew Korybko as part of her research on the topic of “CPEC: Security Implications and Suggested Strategies”. HM: How do you see the regional and domestic […]