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To Help Save the US Economy – and Lives – End the China Tariffs Now
April 09, 2020

To Help Save the US Economy – and Lives – End the China Tariffs Now

By David Firestein, Bob Holden, Mark Kirk, and Dan Slane
Leaving the tariffs in place will exacerbate the already enormous strain under which the U.S. economy is now laboring.

Pandemic Spreads in US Fleet, Sidelines Pacific Carrier, Upturns Navy Leadership
April 09, 2020

Pandemic Spreads in US Fleet, Sidelines Pacific Carrier, Upturns Navy Leadership

By Steven Stashwick
A U.S. carrier captain is fired and the navy secretary resigns in public uproar as COVID-19 cases spread through the fleet.
The Coronavirus Could Be Vietnam’s Biggest Stress Test in its ASEAN Chairmanship  
April 09, 2020

The Coronavirus Could Be Vietnam’s Biggest Stress Test in its ASEAN Chairmanship  

By Hoang Thi Ha
The virus presents an unprecedented challenge for Hanoi in this role.

How COVID-19 Could Spark a Series of Crises Across Southeast Asia  
April 09, 2020

How COVID-19 Could Spark a Series of Crises Across Southeast Asia  

By David Hutt
COVID-19 could be just the first in a series of crises that hit the region in the coming months.

Thailand Highlights New Coronavirus Cluster From Indonesia Religious Meeting
April 09, 2020

Thailand Highlights New Coronavirus Cluster From Indonesia Religious Meeting

By Associated Press
Health authorities say more than half the people returning from a trip to a mass religious meeting in Indonesia have been found to be infected.

Don’t Get Too Excited, ‘Quad Plus’ Meetings Won’t Cover China
April 09, 2020

Don’t Get Too Excited, ‘Quad Plus’ Meetings Won’t Cover China

By Derek Grossman
The Quad Plus may actually jeopardize what, in recent years, has become the Quad’s primary mission long-term: signalling unified resolve to counter China’s growing assertiveness in the Indo-Pacific.

Guam’s Growing Coronavirus Challenge
April 09, 2020

Guam’s Growing Coronavirus Challenge

By Jon Letman
On Guam, an already complex relationship to the U.S. mainland (and military) is complicated by a pandemic.
South Korea Ramps-up Exports of COVID-19 Testing Kits
April 09, 2020

South Korea Ramps-up Exports of COVID-19 Testing Kits

By Kyle Ferrier
South Korea's mass testing helped keep its outbreak under control. Now other countries are hoping to benefit from Korea's testing capacity.

The Problem of Reporting on COVID-19
April 09, 2020

The Problem of Reporting on COVID-19

By Hannah Ryder
Without guidelines on reporting the background of people with COVID-19, media risk fuelling discrimination all over the world.

Eid al-Fitr and Indonesia’s Struggle With COVID-19
April 09, 2020

Eid al-Fitr and Indonesia’s Struggle With COVID-19

By Marcus Tantau
Many people fear that the mass migration accompanying the religious festival could worsen the spread of COVID-19 throughout the country.

Rising Coronavirus Fears in Cambodia as Hun Sen Nixes New Year Festivities
April 09, 2020

Rising Coronavirus Fears in Cambodia as Hun Sen Nixes New Year Festivities

By Luke Hunt
The premier has canceled next week’s Khmer New Year celebrations amid worries about the virus.
Japan’s COVID-19 State of Emergency Is No Lockdown. What’s In It?
April 09, 2020

Japan’s COVID-19 State of Emergency Is No Lockdown. What’s In It?

By Associated Press
Your questions about Japan’s anti-COVID–19 measures, answered.

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