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Chinese Companies Consider Mixing Vaccines, Booster Shots
April 29, 2021

Chinese Companies Consider Mixing Vaccines, Booster Shots

By Huizhong Wu
China's vaccine makers are looking at ways to increase the efficiency of their shots.

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.
Hong Kong Tries to Boost Flagging COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign
April 17, 2021

Hong Kong Tries to Boost Flagging COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign

By Jessie Lau
With public trust in tatters, vaccine hesitancy has become a serious hurdle for the government’s pandemic strategy.

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.

From Dengvaxia to Sinovac: Vaccine Hesitancy in the Philippines
March 08, 2021

From Dengvaxia to Sinovac: Vaccine Hesitancy in the Philippines

By Cenon Alfonso, Manolet Dayrit, Ronald Mendoza, and Madeline Ong
The recent controversy over a dengue vaccine has complicated the Philippines’ COVID-19 vaccination program.

China and Russia: Vaccine Competitors or Partners?
February 23, 2021

China and Russia: Vaccine Competitors or Partners?

By Elizabeth Wishnick
Despite cooperating on some aspects, China and Russia are also directly competing for the same vaccine markets - and the national prestige that comes with it.

A Trust Deficit Is Hindering Hong Kong’s COVID-19 Response
February 22, 2021

A Trust Deficit Is Hindering Hong Kong’s COVID-19 Response

By Jessie Lau
In the wake of the national security law, public trust in the government has reached new lows. That is inevitably impacting Hong Kong's pandemic response.
Great Power Competition and the COVID-19 Vaccine Race
January 29, 2021

Great Power Competition and the COVID-19 Vaccine Race

By Danil Bochkov
China, Russia, and the U.S. are all using vaccines as diplomatic tools, giving a political dimension to other countries’ medical choices.

The Jury Is Still Out on Beijing’s ‘Vaccine Diplomacy’
January 20, 2021

The Jury Is Still Out on Beijing’s ‘Vaccine Diplomacy’

By Kim Beng Phar and Clementine Bizot
It is too soon to declare China's government victorious in the race for COVID-19 vaccines.

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in the Middle East
January 16, 2021

China’s Vaccine Diplomacy in the Middle East

By Austin Bodetti
Gulf states like Bahrain and the UAE are using a Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine, highlighting a new type of cooperation with China.

Jokowi Receives First Shot as Indonesia Begins CoronaVac Roll-out
January 13, 2021

Jokowi Receives First Shot as Indonesia Begins CoronaVac Roll-out

By Sebastian Strangio
The announcement comes as confirmed COVID-19 infections continue to spike across the archipelago.
China’s Ambitious COVID-19 Vaccine Targets
January 07, 2021

China’s Ambitious COVID-19 Vaccine Targets

By Eleanor Albert
With its first homegrown vaccine approved for general use, China aims to vaccinate 50 million people by the Lunar New Year in February.

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