Reflections on Africa’s harvests of China-Initiated Belt and Road strategy

Six years after it was announced as a new strategy of international cooperation that would engage the practical issues of connectivity within and across nations of the world,


Second Belt and Road Forum and China’s push for transnational cooperation

Nothing typifies China’s push for transnational economic cooperation and the spread of global wealth than its Road and Belt Initiative, otherwise called the BRI: a recreation of the ancient Silk Road.   The BRI strategy according to Xi is to promote the spread of global prosperity of the countries along the belt and road, foster regional economic cooperation, strengthen exchanges and encourage world peace and development.


Xinhua Commentary: Belt and Road for joint development, shared benefits

BEIJING, April 25 (Xinhua) -- Centuries ago, on the backs of camels and by ship, through sun-scorched deserts and turbulent waves, merchants and explorers traveled back and forth along the ancient land and maritime Silk Road and galvanized trade and contact between East and West.


Commentary: China pillages Africa's resources? Pure myth!

BEIJING, April 24 (Xinhua) -- People in Chad, an oil-rich African country, used to rely on importing gasolines to power their cars. It has all changed after China's funding and know-how arrived in 2007.


Xinhua Headlines: Disproving the doubts: insight into the Belt and Road

BEIJING, April 24 (Xinhua) -- Amid a surging trend toward global interconnectivity propelled by the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), noises pop up from time to time as to how this grand vision of the BRI may have its bearing on the world.


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