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Fang Fang: The ‘Conscience of Wuhan’ Amid Coronavirus Quarantine
March 23, 2020

Fang Fang: The ‘Conscience of Wuhan’ Amid Coronavirus Quarantine

By Hemant Adlakha
The party’s ill-governance of the deadly virus has given birth to a new critical voice: Fang Fang’s Wuhan Diary.

Hubei Province, Ground Zero for COVID-19, Slowly Opening for Business
March 12, 2020

Hubei Province, Ground Zero for COVID-19, Slowly Opening for Business

By Associated Press
Hubei is letting some companies reopen, the latest sign that China’s government believes the epidemic is under control.
The World Sees a Public Health Crisis. Beijing Sees a Political Threat.
March 09, 2020

The World Sees a Public Health Crisis. Beijing Sees a Political Threat.

By Sarah Cook
Amid the coronavirus epidemic, suppression of dissent remains a top priority for the CCP, and the stakes are higher than ever.

The Fate of Afghan Students Stranded in Coronavirus-Hit Wuhan
February 18, 2020

The Fate of Afghan Students Stranded in Coronavirus-Hit Wuhan

By Mohammad Azeem Zmarial Kakar
Afghanistan has so far declined to evacuate its nationals from the quarantine zone, despite their pleas.

After 14-Day Quarantine, 238 Indonesians From Wuhan Finally Come Home
February 18, 2020

After 14-Day Quarantine, 238 Indonesians From Wuhan Finally Come Home

By Agoes Rudianto
238 Indonesian citizens evacuated from Wuhan are free to go home after ensuring they are not infected with the coronavirus.

If Pakistan Won’t Evacuate Its Citizens From Wuhan, India Should
February 13, 2020

If Pakistan Won’t Evacuate Its Citizens From Wuhan, India Should

By Shairee Malhotra
India should make a formal offer to evacuate Pakistani students stranded in Wuhan amid the coronavirus quarantine.

Remember the Women Fighting Coronavirus
February 13, 2020

Remember the Women Fighting Coronavirus

By Shamim Zakaria and Yan Ni
Female medics are leading the frontline battle in China, but a lack of attention to women’s sanitary needs irks rights advocates.
Coronavirus and China’s ‘Authoritarian Advantage’
February 08, 2020

Coronavirus and China’s ‘Authoritarian Advantage’

By Jonathan Schwartz
The benefits of China’s “authoritarian advantage” in responding to the current coronavirus outbreak are questionable.

Africa’s Coronavirus Challenge
February 04, 2020

Africa’s Coronavirus Challenge

By Hannah Ryder
The decision whether to evacuate their citizens from China is just the first hurdle for African countries amid the outbreak.

Sino-Pakistan Relations Amid the Coronavirus Epidemic
February 04, 2020

Sino-Pakistan Relations Amid the Coronavirus Epidemic

By Eram Ashraf
The coronavirus outbreak revealed the weakest link in China-Pakistan relations: people-to-people ties.

China’s Social Control Mechanisms on Full Display Amid Coronavirus Epidemic
February 01, 2020

China’s Social Control Mechanisms on Full Display Amid Coronavirus Epidemic

By Dake Kang
People with ties to Wuhan are being tracked, quarantined, and even outed on social media.
Wuhan Coronavirus and the Tacitus Trap
January 31, 2020

Wuhan Coronavirus and the Tacitus Trap

By Fu Yu
The outbreak revealed long-standing deficiencies inside China’s local administrations, which may pose a threat to the credibility of local governments across the PRC.

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