Asia and COVID-19
December 15, 2021
What Does Asia’s Omicron Response Reveal About the Region’s Approach to Africa?
By Ferdinando Cinotto
The U.S. and European countries implemented prejudicial travel bans targeting Southern Africa. Has Asia followed suit?
March 31, 2021
India Faces Second COVID-19 Wave
By Sudha Ramachandran
While many had thought the worst to be over for India, recent uptick in infections could severely complicate the country’s fight against the novel coronavirus.
March 12, 2021
How COVID-19 Changed Asia
By Catherine Putz, Abhijnan Rej, Sebastian Strangio, and Shannon Tiezzi
A year after the official declaration of a global pandemic, how has the novel coronavirus reshaped the Asia-Pacific?
November 25, 2020
Can COVID-19’s Impact on Democracy in Southeast Asia be Reversed?
By Joshua Kurlantzick
As authoritarian leaders in many Southeast Asian countries use the pandemic to consolidate their hold, what needs to be done to buck the trend?
November 19, 2020
President Trump To Attend APEC Summit, Official Says
By Sebastian Strangio
The announcement came as Chinese President Xi Jinping claimed the mantle of free trade and economic openness.
April 16, 2020
Time for Asian Countries to Put Aside Squabbles and Cooperate
By Kan Kimura
The pandemic poses risks that should transcend nationalist pride.
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