Strategika #69: China and the Pandemic

Remedies For China’s Role In The Pandemic

Please read a new essay by my colleague, John Yoo in Strategika.

The more we learn about the origins of the coronavirus, the more the case against China grows. Chinese doctors and scientists encountered COVID-19 patients as early as November 2019, but Beijing suppressed their efforts to research the virus and warn the world. While the emergence of vaccines holds hope for an end to the pandemic, the campaign to hold China to account, however, is only beginning.

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China Deliberately Spread The Coronavirus: What Are The Strategic Consequences?

Please read a new essay by my colleague, Gordon G. Chang in Strategika.

“It comes from the lab, the lab in Wuhan, and the lab is controlled by the China government,” claimed Dr. Li-Meng Yan, the virologist who fled Hong Kong, in a “Loose Women” interview in September. “This virus is not from nature.”

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Will The Covid-19 Pandemic Confound Or Enable China’s Strategic Ambitions?

Please read a new essay by my colleagues, Robert G. Kaufman in Strategika.

Will China’s negligence unleashing the coronavirus and mendacity exploiting it catalyze a reckoning with the PRC, comparable in significance to the Czech Coup of 1948? And will it crystallize long-term American determination to contest China’s scheme to supplant the United States as the world’s preeminent power?

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