I appreciate the twists and turns of fortune’s road as much as any man, but I resent my impotence. This city is inescapable.
Chinese cash is vital to the UK’s higher education sector. Brexit might encourage an even more China focused approach to funding, but should we be wary?
From The Lion King to freshly shucked oysters, everything is better on ice. Apparently the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is no exception.
This is part of a series of articles on post-Brexit Britain’s relations with China. This article looks at the question of attracting Chinese investment. Brexit might not increase Britain’s post-Brexit appeal, but it could turn Britain into an aggressively open economy.
The Party Congress has drawn to a close, and Xi Jinping dominates headlines. Here are five key phrases that we can associate with Xi’s ongoing leadership.
The big take-away from Xi Jinping’s 19th Party Congress Report is that China has entered a ‘New Era’. Many pundits been claiming that this is Xi’s era, but whose era is it really?
This is the first in a series of articles on post-Brexit Britain’s relations with China. This article looks at the potential of a post Brexit trade deal with China. The conclusion? We shouldn’t be so hung up on the idea of an FTA with China.
This is The China Road’s foray into the overpopulated world of 19th Party Congress explainers. If this is your first explainer, read on. If you’ve already read a dozen, make sure this is your last.
‘Community of common destiny’ is a recurrent phrase in Chinese foreign policy rhetoric. It’s also an important concept for those looking to understand China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative isn’t easy to pin down, but here’s a brief explainer that gives it a go. This is a slimmed down introduction to the ‘The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road’.