Yuen Yuen Ang

Yuen Yuen Ang

Yuen Yuen Ang is a professor of political science and China specialist at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow for "high-calibre scholarship on the most pressing issues of our time", and advises the United Nations on inclusive and sustainable development.

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Opinion | What’s next for the belt and road plan? China must start thinking small and high-quality

A major driver of a backlash against China’s belt and road plan is the lack of quality control and brand management. One way to raise the quality of the programme is to test out small-scale, locally responsive projects such as sanitation.

24 Apr 2019 - 10:17PM

A major driver of a backlash against China’s belt and road plan is the lack of quality control and brand management. One way to raise the quality of the programme is to test out small-scale, locally responsive projects such as sanitation.

What’s next for the belt and road plan? China must start thinking small and high-quality
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