Sri Lanka’s Role in The Belt and Road Initiative
Interview with Yasiru Ranaraj, marine transport technology expert, Sri Lanka.
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Facts v Fiction
Interview with Shakeel Ramay, from the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) in Pakistan.
EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investments
Host Hussein Askary interview with Henry Tillman, founder of China Investment Research.
The Belt and Road Institute in Sweden (BRIX) has received permission from the New Silk Roads Project at the International Institute for Asian Studies (Leiden) to post its series of podcasts and videos.
Silk Road Histories: SRH series
Highlights the developments of land and seaborne trade and connectivity between Asia and Europe over the past four thousand years
The Maritime Silk Road 2500-2000 BCE (R.T. Griffiths)
The Role of Silk on the Silk Road (Valerie Hansen)
The Most Globalised City 1000 CE (Valerie Hansen)
The Seven Voyages of Admiral He Part 1 (R.T. Griffiths)
The Seven Voyages of Admiral He Part 2 (R.T. Griffiths)
The Mongol Landscape Map (R.T. Griffiths)
Camel Caravans FAQ (R.T. Griffiths)
China’s Belt and Road: BRI series
Examines the policies of China’s Belt and Road initiative, as well as those of other countries, and the reaction to them
Russia and China’s BRI – Interview with Professor Maslov
Why is the BRI NOT a Marshall Plan (R.T. Griffiths)
China’s Trade with BRI Countries (R.T. Griffiths)
The Arctic Challenge (R.T. Griffiths)
Integrating EAEU into the BRI (R.T. Griffiths)
The IR Topography of Asia (Alice de Jonge)
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (Gul-i-Hina Shahzad)
New Silk Roads NSR series
Explores the overland developments in trade and infrastructure on the Eurasian land-mass between China and Europe
The China-Europe Freight Trains FAQ (R.T. Griffiths)
Maritime Silk Road: MSR series
Analyses developments in trade and shipping on the trade routes between Asia and Europe, and the supply-lines feeding into these
Maritime Silk Road Book Update: Jan-Jun 2020 (R.T. Griffiths)
Why the Maritime Silk Road is not about Ports (R.T. Griffiths)