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India vs. China in Latin America: Competing Actors or in Separate Leagues?
May 19, 2022

India vs. China in Latin America: Competing Actors or in Separate Leagues?

By Hari Seshasayee
China’s presence in the region is on another level from India’s, yet New Delhi remains an important partner for Latin America.

Vaccine Diplomacy in Asia
March 01, 2022

Vaccine Diplomacy in Asia

By Alyssa Leng, Roland Rajah, and Herve Lemahieu
If vaccine diplomacy is the new great game, it is being played wrong by all sides, with the risk that no one will be left a winner.
China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Brunei: Boon or Bane?
January 28, 2022

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Brunei: Boon or Bane?

By Riyani Sidek and Nafisa Halim
If vaccine diplomacy is to pay off, it needs to be based on firm bilateral foundations.

South Asia’s Fight Against COVID-19 Gathers Momentum
October 13, 2021

South Asia’s Fight Against COVID-19 Gathers Momentum

By Niha Dagia
Despite vaccine hesitancy and a shortage of doses, South Asian countries have fared fairly well in vaccinating their populations.

From Delay to Desperation: The Story of Sinophobia and COVID-19 Vaccines in Vietnam
October 06, 2021

From Delay to Desperation: The Story of Sinophobia and COVID-19 Vaccines in Vietnam

By Travis Vincent
During its recent COVID-19 outbreaks, the Vietnamese government has found itself trapped between the virus and a Sinophobic public.

India Still Has an Opportunity With Vaccine Diplomacy
October 01, 2021

India Still Has an Opportunity With Vaccine Diplomacy

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Several countries that received Chinese vaccines are questioning its efficacy and pricing.

China Courts Vietnam With More COVID-19 Vaccines, Mistrust Remains
September 24, 2021

China Courts Vietnam With More COVID-19 Vaccines, Mistrust Remains

By Hai Hong Nguyen
China’s actual donation of COVID-19 vaccines to Vietnam has already been outmatched by the United States.
China Aiding Myanmar Armed Groups in Their COVID-19 Fight
September 24, 2021

China Aiding Myanmar Armed Groups in Their COVID-19 Fight

By Sebastian Strangio
Beijing has long maintained close relations to the ethnic armed groups lying along its borders with Myanmar.

Chinese Foreign Minister Begins 3-Nation Tour of Southeast Asia
September 10, 2021

Chinese Foreign Minister Begins 3-Nation Tour of Southeast Asia

By Sebastian Strangio
The visit will include stops in Vietnam and Singapore, which recently hosted U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris.

What Explains Cambodia’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Success?
September 08, 2021

What Explains Cambodia’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Success?

By Sebastian Strangio
The country is outpacing most of its Southeast Asian neighbors – and many of the world's wealthiest nations.

Despite COVID-19, Indonesia-China Relations Continue to Develop
August 10, 2021

Despite COVID-19, Indonesia-China Relations Continue to Develop

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
Bilateral cooperation is slowly beginning to move beyond the economic realm that has long been its foundation.
China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Latin America
August 10, 2021

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Latin America

By Lucie Kneip
Beijing’s vaccines are just one aspect of its increased presence in the region. It’s time for Washington to start paying attention.

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