October 01, 2021
Shortages, Shipping, Shutdowns Hit Asian Factory Output
By Elaine Kurtenbach
Manufacturing contracted in both China and Japan as the pandemic and related ripple effects continue to take a toll.
August 20, 2020
Don’t Begrudge Wuhan Its Pool Parties
By Shannon Tiezzi
Wuhan went through immense human suffering to reach a point where mass gatherings could be allowed.
July 06, 2020
Kazakhstan Locks Down, Again, as COVID-19 Cases Rise
By Catherine Putz
On Sunday, Nur-Sultan imposed a second nation-wide lockdown in hopes of getting a grip on soaring case numbers.
June 12, 2020
COVID-19 Resurgence Threatens South Korea’s Success Story
By Associated Press
A spike of infections in Seoul has inspired second-guessing on whether officials were too quick to ease on social distancing.
May 05, 2020
In Looking Beyond Its Lockdown, India Can Look to Its Past Public Health Successes
By Mohamed Zeeshan
India needs a long-term exit strategy to break out of its lockdown.