Launched in 2013 and intended as a massive, multi-decade endeavor, China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is impacting and influencing infrastructure projects around the world on a grand scale. Projected BRI investment figures are staggering, and complex bilateral agreements between China and partnering countries abound. In studying the background of the BRI and evaluating its viable implications, experienced international banker Dennis Noah contends that all professionals specializing in trade need to broaden their vision and garner knowledge of the BRI now and in the years to come. In his writing, Noah reviews the BRI’s origins and considers the growth levels and goals of China. He then examines BRI perceptions and partnerships before exploring future prospects and offers an array of questions to reflect on as the BRI evolves.