China’s Belt and Road Initiative

@article{Shah2019ChinasBA,
  title={China’s Belt and Road Initiative},
  author={Abdur Rehman Shah},
  journal={Asian Survey},
  year={2019}
}
Following Sri Lanka, Pakistan is rapidly accumulating billions of dollars of Chinese debt under the Belt and Road Initiative. This paper argues that that initiative’s disregard for the economic viability of projects and the domestic limitations of countries like Sri Lanka and Pakistan have both external and internal ramifications for the recipient countries. 
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