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1. The Development Response to Kleptocracy and Strategic Corruption

2. Digitalization of Special Economic Zones in China

3. Negotiating Local Business Practices With China in Benin

4. How Huawei’s Localization in North Africa Delivered Mixed Returns

5. Europe’s Capacity to Act in the Global Tech Race: Charting a Path for Europe in Times of Major Technological Disruption

6. To Beat China On Tech In Emerging Markets, Learn From It: Competing with China on 5G and future technologies

7. Technological Competition: Can the EU Compete with China?

8. China’s Techno-Industrial Development: A Case Study of the Semiconductor Industry

9. Chinese Demographic Signals Bode Ill for Future Development

10. Improving China's participation in resolving developing-country debt problems

11. China Strengthens Its Economic Security

12. How difficult is China’s business environment for European and American companies?

13. China and Geoeconomic Dynamics in Central Asia: Balancing Global Strategies, Local Interests and Multiple Partners

14. Sustainable Development of Chitral: A CPEC Perspective

15. Understanding Quality Energy-Related Infrastructure Development in the Mekong Subregion: Key Drivers and Policy Implications

16. China's Ties with Southeast Asia : From Green Shoots to Sustained Recovery

17. Manifestations of Chinese Development Aid and Its Hidden Meanings

18. How Duterte Strong-Armed Chinese Dam-Builders But Weakened Philippine Institutions

19. Chinese Mining and Indigenous Resistance in Ecuador

20. China’s Influence in South Asia: Vulnerabilities and Resilience in Four Countries

21. Developing Countries Can Help Restore the WTO's Dispute Settlement System

22. China’s Growing Engagement with the UNDS as an Emerging Nation: Changing Rationales, Funding Preferences and Future Trends

23. The Intersection of Investment and Conflict in Myanmar

24. Weaponizing the Belt and Road Initiative

25. China’s role in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Considerations for Norway

26. No Sanctuary: China’s New Territorial Dispute with Bhutan

27. America’s Use of Coercive Economic Statecraft

28. China and Middle East Security Issues: Challenges, Perceptions and Positions

29. Determinants of Korean Outward Foreign Direct Investment: How Do Korean Firms Respond to the Labor Costs of Host Countries?

30. China-Venezuela Relations in the Twenty-First Century: From Overconfidence to Uncertainty

31. New Developments in China's Financial and Economic System

32. China is Not Conducting Debt Trap Diplomacy in the Pacific--At Least Not Yet

33. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE BRICS COUNTRIES IN THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION FIELD

34. Behind Xi Jinping’s Declaration of Victory Over Poverty

35. China Leverages Tibetan Plateau’s Water Wealth

36. Is China Still a Developing Country? And Why It Matters for Energy and Climate

37. New Silk Road – An Opportunity for the Development of Rail Container Transport in Poland?

38. The (Re)emergence of the BRICS and the Reorganization of Power in Contemporary Geopolitics

39. China’s BRI: The Development-Finance Dimension

40. The Increasing Role of Asia in Multilateral Development Finance

41. China and COVID-19: a shock to its economy, a metaphor for its development

42. China’s Deepening Diplomatic and Economic Engagement in Afghanistan

43. Chinese Industrial Actors in Global Rule Making: A Preliminary Exploration

44. The Belt and Road Initiative: Motivations, Financing, Expansion and Challenges of Xi's Ever-expanding Strategy

45. Resource Sharing and Joint Development in the South China Sea: Exploring Avenues of Cooperation

46. China’s Smart Cities: The New Geopolitical Battleground

47. Ocean of Debt? Belt and Road and Debt Diplomacy in the Pacific

48. Determinants of Developing Countries' Export Upgrading: The Role of China and Productive Investment

49. Not smart enough: The poverty of European military thinking on artificial intelligence

50. Building Development Partnership: Engagement Between China and Latin America

51. China-Belarus Cooperation Under “Belt and Road Initiative”

52. Direction of Energy Strategy for the Sustainable Development of China’s Economy — Clean Utilization of Coal

53. Innocent Bystanders

54. China and the World Bank: How Contrasting Development Approaches affect the Stability of African States

55. The Birth of the Modern Chinese Banking Industry: Ri Sheng Chang

56. Insights into China’s Developing Country Status

57. Expo promotes high-quality development

58. Forty Years Development of China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investment: Retrospect and the Challenges Ahead

59. Opinion: What Is China’s Core Economic Interest in Trade War?

60. The US–China trade–tech stand-off and the need for EU action on export control

61. The United Kingdom's Belt and Road Initiative strategy after Brexit

62. China’s Future Development: Challenges and Opportunities

63. Navigating the Belt and Road Initiative Recommendations to ensure beneficial and sustainable BRI outcomes

64. China's Global Power and Development: The Made in China 2025 Policy

65. Building a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind: Is There a Blueprint?

66. INSTC vs. BRI: The India-China Competition Over the Port of Chabahar and Infrastructure in Asia

67. The Belt and Road Initiative Still Afloat in South Asia

68. Chinese investment in Uganda: new impetus for sustainable development?

69. Grading China's Belt and Road

70. Brazil and China facing global environmental challenges

71. Chinese Leadership and the Future of BRI: What Key Decisions Lie Ahead?

72. China’s 2020 Economic Agenda: Maintaining Stability Amid Flux

73. Social Innovation and Higher Education in the BRICS (1): a background overview

74. Social Innovation and Higher Education in the BRICS (2): a multiscalar governance approach with evidence from DESIS Labs

75. Made in China 2025 as a Challenge in Global Trade Governance: Analysis and Recommendations

76. China will further open up but not due to US pressure

77. BALANCING AGAINST CHINA WITH THE ASIA-AFRICA GROWTH CORRIDOR: AN INDIAN-JAPANESE INITIATIVE TOWARDS THE INDO-PACIFIC

78. China's Engagement in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Xinjiang: Will China's Root Cause Model provide regional stability and security?

79. The Rise of China as a Cybersecurity Industrial Power: Principles, Drivers, Policies, and International Implications

80. Risky Business: A Case Study of PRC Investment in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan

81. Can China Realize Africa’s Dream of an East-West Transport Link?

82. Exploring the Awareness of China Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Stakeholder’s Perspective

83. Chinese Economy under Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping

84. Complementarity and dependency in the Energy sector and the transition to a low-carbon economy

85. Good Foreign Policy Makes for Good Domestic Policy//Una Buena Política Exterior Contribuye a Una Buena Política Interior

86. Go Global, Meet the Locals: Pragmatism, Plunder, and AntiChinese Populism in Africa

87. The Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification Mechanisms for Developing Countries under the UNFCCC: an analysis of the BASIC countries Biennial Update Reports

88. Journal of Public and International Affairs 2017

89. Structure and Agency in International Relations: State-Building and the Evolution of the International Political System

90. China-Africa Trade Developments and Impacts: Case of China-Zambia Relations

91. New Actors, New Models, New Outcomes? African Countries’ Engagement with China and other Development Partners in Achieving the SDGs and Agenda 2063

92. China’s Overseas Military Base in Djibouti: Features, Motivations, and Policy Implications

93. Developing or Under-Developing? Implications of CHina's "Going Out" for Late Development

94. Manila’s Pivot Toward Beijing

95. China’s Interests and Challenges in South Asia

96. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Road to Development and its Challenges

97. The Politics of Interdependence: A Case of ChinaPakistan Economic Corridor

98. Taiwan Sets a New Direction

99. Friction and Cooperation Advance Simultaneously

100. The Chinese People's Liberation Army 'Post-modern' Navy