Other Recordings

"Banking on the Belt and Road: Insights from a New Global Dataset of 13,427 Chinese Development Projects"

Bradley C. Parks, Aiddata Executive Director, and Ammar Malik, Aiddata Senior Research Scientist

and "Corridors of Power: How Beijing Uses Economic, Social, and Network Ties to Exert Influence Along the Silk Road"

Samantha Custer, Aiddata Director of Policy Analysis

Part of UVA's "Assessment of China's Belt & Road Initiative" Project

Apil 15, 2022

"The Volumetric Presence of China in Nepal"

Galen Murton, James Madison University

Part of UVA's "Assessment of China's Belt & Road Initiative" Project

November 19, 2021

 

"China and the Re-Centering of East Asia" with Brantly Womack

A four-part special lecture series

Talk 1: Introduction and China’s Premodern Centricity

September 16, 2021

Talk 2: Modernization and the Decentering of Asia

September 23, 2021

Talk 3: Convergence and Asian Recentering

September 30, 2021

Talk 4: China, East Asia, and the Reconfiguration of a Multinodal World

October 7, 2021

 

"Central Asia's Perceptions of the BRI: Hopes & Concerns"

Marlene Laruelle, George Washington University

Part of UVA's "Assessment of China's Belt & Road Initiative" Project

April 16, 2021

"China’s Western Horizon: Beijing and the new Geopolitics of Eurasia"

Daniel Markey, Johns Hopkins University

Part of UVA's "Assessment of China's Belt & Road Initiative" Project

March 26, 2021

"Minxin Xiangtong ⺠心相通 and People-to-People (P2P) Relations along the New Silk Roads"

Sophia Kidd, Sichuan University

Part of UVA's "Assessment of China's Belt & Road Initiative" Project.

March 12, 2021

"An American International Lawyer Considers China’s Belt & Road"

David Day, Belt & Road Task Force, ABA

Part of UVA's "Assessment of China's Belt & Road Initiative" Project.

February 25, 2021

"The Geopolitics of International Trade in Southeast Asia"

Kerem Cosar, University of Virginia

Part of UVA's "Assessment of China's Belt & Road Initiative" Project.

September 18, 2020

Assessing the Politics and Economics of China's Belt and Road Initiative: A Workshop at the University of Virginia

November 15, 2019

Rush Doshi (Brookings Institute): "The Role of Belt and Road Initiative in China's Foreign Policy"

Harry Harding (University Professor, Batten School) "The American Strategy of Promoting Development Around the World"

Francois de Soyres (Federal Reserve Board of Governors, International Finance Division): "Common Transport Infrastructure: Estimates from the Belt and Road Initiative"

Complementing and Competing Visions of China's Belt and Road Initiative: A Conference at the University of Virginia

March 2, 2019

Brantly Womack (UVA): "China and the Re-Centering of Africa"

Xiao Ren (Fudan University): "The Belt and Road Initiative: What Is It?"

Harry Harding (UVA): "More Competing than Complementary: American Assessments of China's Belt and Road Initiative"

Shawn Lyons (UVA): "Fanfare and Dismay: China's Belt and Road Initiative throughout Uzbek Media"

John Echeverri-Gent (UVA): "Development Boon or Trojan Horse? The BRI in South Asia: The View from India​"

Ching Kwan Lee (UCLA): "The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor and Foreign Investment in Africa"

Yoon Jung Park (SAIS, Johns Hopkins University): "Chinese Migrants in Africa: Grassroots Encounters between Africa and China in the BRI Era"

Eric Tagliacozzo (Cornell): "The Long Path to One Belt One Road: History and Environment in Sino-Southeast Asia, 600-1600 CE"

Howard Epstein (UVA): "Big Earth Data for Environment Change within the Belt and Road Region"; Concluding Remarks: Krishan Kumar (UVA), Joseph C. Miller (UVA)

November 17, 2017
Panel Discussion with François Jullien, Scott Lash, and Shiqiao Li

1/8/2018
Jim Lambiasi, Class of 1990
Traces of History: Exploring around Hiroshima

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