AIIB president Jin Liqun holds a press conference in Luxembourg on July 12. Photo: EPA-EFE
Anthony Rowley
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How China-led AIIB and US-backed ADB can cooperate in the infrastructure ‘Great Game’, starting in Central Asia

  • The Asian Development Bank’s activities in Central Asia may look like a challenge to the AIIB and belt and road projects. But Beijing could welcome help in bridging the vast infrastructure gap in the region, which can only enhance its links with Europe

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AIIB president Jin Liqun holds a press conference in Luxembourg on July 12. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Illustration: Craig Stephens
Chiu-Ti Jansen
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Chiu-Ti Jansen

With economic interests at stake, the US and China can learn to be the best of frenemies

  • No matter what the China bashers say, the US will continue to engage with China’s deep pockets. The best way to compete is with sportsmanship: there can be honour even in the most intense rivalry

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Illustration: Craig Stephens
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