(Print Edition) China: An International Journal Volume 17, Number 4 (November 2019)
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Special Issue on China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Challenges and Global Effects Guest Editors: CHEN Gang and Ryan HO
Introduction: Reassessing China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Motives, Pushbacks and Adjustments by CHEN Gang and Ryan HO
Reflections on the Belt and Road Initiative by YU Hong
The Belt and Road Initiative in Southeast Asia and Responses from ASEAN Countries by KONG Tuan Yuen
Singapore–China Connectivity and its Role in the Belt and Road Initiative by Sarah CHAN
The Belt and Road Initiative and China’s Trade Development by Sarah Y. TONG and ZHENG Yi
The Overland Silk Road: China’s Energy Cooperation with Central Asia in the Context Of Industry Competition by Serik ORAZGALIYEV
European Perspectives on the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative by Erik BAARK
No Losers? The BRI Factor in the China–EU Relationship by Giuseppe GABUSI
Localist Groups and Populist Radical Regionalism in Hong Kong by NG Hoi-Yu and Kerry J. KENNEDY
Treaties in the Chinese Legal Order: Discourses, Developments and Debates by ZHU Lijiang
Intermediate Agents in the Resistance Process: Petition Brokers and Social Governance in Contemporary China by TSAI Wen-Hsuan, LIAO Xingmiu and CHEN Chien-Min