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How China Missed Its COVID-19 Opportunity
July 27, 2021

How China Missed Its COVID-19 Opportunity

By Ben Moeller
After initial missteps, Beijing had the chance to be the envy of the world for its pandemic management. What went wrong?
Returning to Multilateralism to Ensure Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Access
July 09, 2021

Returning to Multilateralism to Ensure Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Access

By Chee Leong Lee
Both China and the United States can and should do more to ensure equitable access to vaccines around the world.

How Are Taiwan’s Diplomatic Allies Faring in the Great Vaccine Race?
July 09, 2021

How Are Taiwan’s Diplomatic Allies Faring in the Great Vaccine Race?

By Shannon Tiezzi
With China as a major world supplier of vaccines, is recognizing Taiwan a handicap in the rush to procure shots?

Australia Denies Interfering in China’s Pacific Vaccine Help
July 06, 2021

Australia Denies Interfering in China’s Pacific Vaccine Help

By Rod McGuirk
A Chinese newspaper had accused Australia of seeking to sabotage the distribution of Chinese vaccines in Papua New Guinea.

India Should Help Smaller Powers Lead Regional Cooperation in South Asia
June 02, 2021

India Should Help Smaller Powers Lead Regional Cooperation in South Asia

By Mohamed Zeeshan
If New Delhi wants to keep Beijing out of its backyard, it has to step up regional cooperation in South Asia.
How Mongolia Made the Most of Vaccine Diplomacy
May 06, 2021

How Mongolia Made the Most of Vaccine Diplomacy

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Mongolia has received vaccines not only from neighbors China and Russia, but from India and COVAX as well.

Why Isn’t South Korea Buying Chinese Vaccines?
April 28, 2021

Why Isn’t South Korea Buying Chinese Vaccines?

By Jin Kai
Like many Asian countries, Seoul is having troubling sourcing vaccines. But unlike its neighbors, South Korea has so far refused to turn to a ready supplier: China.
COVID-19 Vaccine Delays Push Indonesia Into Reliance on China
April 22, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Delays Push Indonesia Into Reliance on China

By Sebastian Strangio
Beijing's comments on “vaccine nationalism” hints at its desire to position itself as the vaccine supplier of first resort to the developing world.

Latin America Believed in Chinese Vaccines. Now It May Have Reason to Rethink.
April 21, 2021

Latin America Believed in Chinese Vaccines. Now It May Have Reason to Rethink.

By Isabel Bernhard
China’s latest disclosure could reconfigure regional politics and promote domestic development across the Americas.

The Logic of China’s Vaccine Diplomacy
March 24, 2021

The Logic of China’s Vaccine Diplomacy

By Ivana Karásková and Veronika Blablová
An in-depth look at where China's vaccines are going hints at the motivations behind the campaign.

5 Reasons to Worry About the ‘Chinese Vaccine Diplomacy’ Narrative
March 11, 2021

5 Reasons to Worry About the ‘Chinese Vaccine Diplomacy’ Narrative

By Rosie Wigmore
The buzzword masks several misleading or harmful assumptions -- both about China and about recipient countries.
Vaccine Diplomacy in Central Asia: Russia vs. China?
March 05, 2021

Vaccine Diplomacy in Central Asia: Russia vs. China?

By Catherine Putz
Can “vaccine diplomacy” change any minds in Central Asia when it comes to the Russia vs. China equation?

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