How Southeast Asia is Coping with COVID-19?
Organisation : The Stimson Center. « Stimson is a nonpartisan policy research center working to promote international security, shared prosperity, and justice ». Think tank américain, basé à Washington DC.
Colloque sur la situation de la pandémie de Covid-19 en Asie du Sud-Est.
Date : 30 avril 2020.
Modérateur : William Wise, Nonresident Fellow, Southeast Asia Program, The Stimson Center.
- Ambassador Robert Blake (ret), Senior Director, McLarty Associates.
- John Lichtefeld, Vice President, The Asia Group; Stimson Center Non-Resident Fellow.
- Bilahari Kausikan, Former Permanent Secretary, Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Rene “Butch” Meily, President, Philippines Disaster Resilience Foundation.
Southeast Asia was hit earliest by the COVID-19 pandemic outside China, but the virus appeared controlled until mid-March. How is COVID-19 impacting Southeast Asia? How vulnerable are the region’s 625 million people? How threatened are its public healthcare systems? This webinar discussion will explore the threat to and responses of four states – Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines—and consider the role of regional and international organizations in combating the pandemic in Southeast Asia.
URL : https://www.stimson.org/event/how-southeast-asia-is-coping-with-covid-19/ (consulté le 19/05/2020).