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              04 June 2019

              While the BRI may not make China the international hegemon that it would like to be, it will almost certainly position Beijing as the Asian forerunner for that title. Even though it has provided China with mixed results, especially as scepticism towards it has grown, it would be dangerous to write off the BRI completely.

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              • 31 May 2019
                What’s Next?

                Chinese President?Xi Jinping will visit Russia 5-8 June?to attend the St Petersburg International Economic Forum. The Shanghai Co-operation Organisation will meet in Kyrgyzstan, 13-14 June.

              • 14 May 2019
                What’s Next?

                Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena travels to China, 14-15 May. He will meet with President?Xi Jinping. In India, the seventh and final phase of voting in the general election will take place on 19 May, with results announced on 23 May.

              • 8 May 2019
                What’s Next?

                General elections will be held in South Africa on 8 May. The President-Elect will be inaugurated on Africa Day, 25 May, at a public ceremony in Pretoria. In India, the sixth phase of the general election takes place on 12 May.

              • 30 April 2019
                What’s Next?

                Bahraini King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa travels to Paris to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron on 30 April. In India, the fifth phase of the general election takes place on 6 May. General elections will be held in South Africa on 8 May.


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