March 25, 2020
Remembering the ‘Spanish Flu’ in Asia
By Robert Farley
As Asia weathers COVID-19, it's worth recalling that the 1918 influenza pandemic did not spare Asia.
March 11, 2020
Abe Can’t Afford to Mishandle Japan’s COVID-19 Response
By Titli Basu
The prime minister’s political legacy is at stake amid the coronavirus epidemic.
February 04, 2020
Wuhan and the Need for Improved Global Biosecurity
By Shambhavi Naik and Aditya Ramanathan
While the Wuhan virus is a natural pathogen, its rapid spread ought to be a reminder of our vulnerability to bioweapons attacks as new technologies revolutionise access to deadly germs and toxins.
September 09, 2019
Can the Philippines Contain African Swine Fever?
By Jim Gomez
The country has been working to battle infections in affected villages in recent weeks.