China’s ‘Coronavirus Diplomacy’ – an Assessment
Auteur : Carlyle A. Thayer. Emeritus Professor, UNSW Canberra The University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra.
Série : Background Briefing
Production : Thayer Consultancy. Thayer Consultancy provides political analysis of current regional security issues and other research support to selected clients. Thayer Consultancy was officially registered as a small business in Australia in 2002.
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Date : 6 avril 2020
This Background Brief considers six issues: after containing the coronavirus can China convince the world to accept its leadership? What enabled China to change the coronavirus narrative? What are the world’s perceptions of U.S. and Chinese leadership? Has the U.S. lost is position in the South China Sea? How will the coronavirus impact on Vietnam’s relations with China and the United States? How has China’s credibility been affected by its donation of substandard medical equipment?
Source : Carlyle A. Thayer, “Is China Using COVID-19 Pandemic to Advance Interests in the South China Sea”, Thayer Consultancy Background Brief, 06/04/2020. URL : https://fr.scribd.com/document/456052457/Thayer-China-s-Coronavirus-Diplomacy-an-Assessment (consulté le 11/05/2020).
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