During her visit to Beijing, Shanghai, and Wuhan January 31-February 2, Prime Minister Theresa May attempted to improve her country’s trade relations with China—an increasingly important partner for the post-Brexit United Kingdom. And yet, May was reserved in her support for China’s recent push to invest in its neighbors. How deeply should May enmesh Britain’s economy with China’s Belt and Road Initiative? What about other established economies and, in particular, democracies?

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