Tabita Rosendal, PhD student at the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, has written a Danish article for the Denmark-China magazine (Danmark-Kina magasinet). In it, she provides an overview of the Belt and Road Initiative’s (BRI) current progress, as well as the challenges and uncertainties it faces on the national and international level. At the same time, she notes that the Chinese Communist Party continues to show resilience in its promotion of the initiative. Finally, Tabita argues that we will likely see the BRI develop in new, experimental ways in the years to come, following the overarching approach of “crossing the river by feeling the stones”.
If you would like to read the article, you can purchase the magazine by contacting Danmark-Kina through their website, or by emailing vdk [at] mail [dot] dk