Development site operated by China Overseas Ports Holding near Gwadar Port in Pakistan, where a small fishing town is making way for roads and buildings to house banks, insurance and clearing agents as part of the belt and road strategy. Photo: Bloomberg

China’s new world order ‘unrealistic’ if built on belt and road alone, senior US diplomatic observer says

Beijing cannot avoid dealing with the developed world if it wants to build a technologically advanced country

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Development site operated by China Overseas Ports Holding near Gwadar Port in Pakistan, where a small fishing town is making way for roads and buildings to house banks, insurance and clearing agents as part of the belt and road strategy. Photo: Bloomberg
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Jun Mai

Jun Mai

Jun Mai is an award-winning journalist covering China's political and social news. He writes about China's elite politics, general policies and social activism. He is currently based in Beijing.

Teddy Ng

Teddy Ng

Teddy Ng joined the Post’s China desk in 2011, focusing on the nation’s foreign affairs. He is now deputy editor of the section.