Tag: belt-and-road-initiative

Developing Nations Pushed Into Greater Debt by China’s Belt and Road Projects
According to a report published by the AidData project by the College of William & Mary in Virginia, China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has largely been beneficial to China rather than its partners.  Pushed...
Cambodian premier Hun Sen opened the largest dam in the country, swatting away warnings about the disastrous impact it could have on the environment and local livelihoods.
Chinese-Built Dam in Cambodia Creates a Human Rights Disaster
A new report published by Human Rights Watch (HRW) details how a Chinese-financed hydroelectric dam in Cambodia has undermined the rights of thousands of indigenous people. Lower Sesan 2 dam was completed in 2018, costing...
For its BRI, Communist China is funding the building of many transportation projects in Africa with exploitative terms.
Nigeria Moving Away From China for Railway Project Loans
The Nigerian government is reportedly in talks with non-Chinese sources to fund its future railway projects. Nigeria has one of the most extensive rail networks in Africa, only trailing behind South Africa in terms of...
Protestors march during a demonstration against the planned Chinese Fudan University campus on June 5, 2021 in Budapest, Hungary. On June 2, the mayor of Budapest renamed four streets on the outskirts of the proposed site to host a university campus funded by by Chinese Communist Party, after the CCP’s political opponents.
Protests Against Chinese University in Budapest, Streets Renamed to Expose CCP Crimes
China’s plan to set up a university in the Hungarian capital of Budapest has met with strong opposition from locals and politicians. In protest, roads in the city have been renamed after communities and individuals...
China is seeking closer ties with U.S. state governments in a bid to circumvent the federal government.
China Pursues Subnational State Deals to Circumvent the US Federal Government
Chinese state-run Global Times recently published an article that hailed American state governments and Chinese provinces for “seeking to boost subnational economic and trade cooperation” via subnational deals amidst “tense bilateral ties” triggered by “Washington’s...
Microsoft Director, Mobility Windows Phone for Middle East and Africa, Gustavo Fuchs introduces the Huawei 4Afrika, a full functionality Windows Phone 8 pre-loaded with select applications designed for Africa in Lagos on February 5, 2013. Huawei has targeted the developing world, primarily Africa and Asia, with a pivot to cloud computing and e-government solutions after the Trump administration crushed its semiconductor business.
Communist China’s Huawei Pivots to Cloud, E-Government Solutions in Developing World
Although communist China’s Big Tech champion Huawei is on the ropes after the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, Chief Financial Officer and daughter of founder Ren Zhengfei, and a series of crushing tactical blows by the...
A photo taken on February 16, 2021 shows the cargo of a Hungarian Airbus 330 plane, said to be transporting the first doses of the Chinese Communist Party’s Sinopharm SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. Prime MInister Viktor Orban, a signatory with Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative globalist hegemony plan, has signed a deal with Beijing for a third version of Chinese vaccines, bringing the total number of vaccines approved in the country to seven
Hungary Plays Vaccine Diplomacy With Beijing as COVID-19 Death Count Skyrockets
The European nation of Hungary has found itself in a quandary as, despite its prolific distribution of COVID-19 jabs through vaccine diplomacy from any source it can find, especially China, the small nation of 9.7...
Policemen stand in the middle as activists (L) of the ruling party Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) and supporters (R) of opposition coalition of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) party confront during the Pakistan Senate election, outside the Senate building in Islamabad on March 12, 2021.
‘Chinese Spy Cameras’ Found in Pakistan Senate Secret Ballot
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan made gains in his control over the Pakistan Senate after a candidate backed by his Party was elected as Chairman in a vote rife with controversy, strengthening Khan’s control over...
IOC president Thomas Bach at a launching ceremony as mascots of the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Bing Dwen Dwen and Shuey Rhon Rhon are unveiled at Shougang Ice Hockey Arena on September 17, 2019 in Beijing, China. Bach shook hands with the Chinese Communist Party on a deal to have the IOC purchase olympic vaccines from Sinopharm and Sinovac.
IOC Makes Deal With Communist China for Olympic Vaccines
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has made a deal with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to purchase and supply China’s state-owned Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines to Olympic athletes at the coming July Tokyo Olympics and...
Britain's Prince William (L) is guided by Matthew Hu, China representative of the Prince's School of Traditional Arts, during a visit to the Shijia Hutong in Beijing on March 2, 2015
17 Struggling UK Independent Schools Bought by Communist China: Report
The economic repercussions of the UK’s increasingly restrictive SARS-CoV-2 pandemic measures have started to manifest in everyday British society in an alarming way as Chinese Communist Party (CCP) backed organizations have begun buying up struggling...
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is threatening to leverage its position as the world’s only major supplier of rare earth elements in a bid to pressure the United States’ manufacturing of F-35 fighter jets, according to Financial Times.
Beijing may Test US F-35 Fighter Production with Rare Earth Element Restrictions
According to Financial Times, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is threatening to leverage its position as the world’s only major supplier of rare earth elements in a bid to pressure the United States’ manufacturing of...
The government of Romania recently adopted a memorandum that seeks to ban companies from public infrastructure contracts if they don’t have a bilateral trade agreement with the European Union.
Chinese Companies to Get Kicked Out From Infrastructure Projects in Romania
The government of Romania recently adopted a memorandum that seeks to ban companies from public infrastructure contracts if they don’t have a bilateral trade agreement with the European Union. Though the order does not specify...