To integrate local voices in the reconstruction process is crucial for Syrias future.
Development & Sustainability
Six years into implementation, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is recognized for its sloganeering on creating super connectivity corridors in the energy and transport sectors. The narrative is built around how China imparts its infrastructure success in countries where it
Concerned about China’s escalating influence beyond Western Pacific, Japan and India have come up with ways to complicate China’s strategic calculus and to maintain a multipolar world. This Japan-India collaboration has given birth to the Indo-Pacific alliance.
The Visegrad countries are considered to be part of the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region, which appeared to be high on the Chinese political agenda in the recent few years. But the interest of China seems overvalued.
Envisaged by the Chinese government as an initiative to create a win-win cooperation for all countries involved, the Belt and Road Initiative is unprecedented in its scope, aim and funding. However, the project has also received a score of criticisms.
In the past decades, China’s economy has improved steadily, and this growth has been instrumental in their various investments worldwide. Through its development banks, infrastructure initiatives, military development and soft power investments, it has made itself a major player in
Über sechs Millionen Einwohner zählt der Libanon, ein Land von der Größe Kärntens. 1,5 Millionen der hier lebenden sind Flüchtlinge aus Syrien. Anders als etwa in Jordanien gibt es im Libanon keine offiziellen Flüchtlingscamps. Die Syrer, die es sich leisten
“[G]arments worn in the West are still made by humans — nearly all of them women, working exhausting hours, with few legal protections and little chance of advancement, for some of the lowest wages in the global supply chain.” (Ellen