ISEAS Perspective: China’s Two Silk Roads: Implications for Southeast Asia.

China’s Two Silk Roads: Implications for Southeast Asia (Amended Version) By David Arase INTRODUCTION In December 2014, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attended a Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting of prime ministers in Kazakhstan. He traveled on and met 16 other government heads at the third China-Central and Eastern European Leaders’ Meeting in Serbia where he advertised a US$10 billion Chinese credit line for infrastructure development, a … Continue reading ISEAS Perspective: China’s Two Silk Roads: Implications for Southeast Asia.