China’s rivals in Japan, Australia, and the U.S. have been talking about building some kind of alternative Belt and Road Initiative to compete with Beijing in building infrastructure throughout the developing world. Although they’ve been long on rhetoric, the three powers, all members of the Quad Security Dialogue in the Asia Pacific region, have so far been short on any kind of tangible action.
But that may now be starting to change.
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