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[Cambodge] Cambodia’s foreign policy post-COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on the global economy, affecting the lives of millions, and increasing uncertainty of a new Cold War between the United States and China. Cambodia, like a few other countries in Southeast Asia, appears to have been fortunate in succeeding to contain the spread of the virus. But its economy is faltering, if not failing.


[Asie du Sud-Est] What’s Behind Mainland Southeast Asia’s Surprising Success Against COVID-19

With the exception of Thailand, the five countries of mainland Southeast Asia are some of the poorest in the Asia-Pacific region. According to the World Bank, Cambodia has a per capita GDP of around $1,600, while Myanmar’s is roughly $1,400. Laos and Vietnam fare only marginally better, each at around $2,500. Their political systems run the gamut from semi-democracies to authoritarian one-party states. Yet despite some initial missteps, they have all largely suppressed COVID-19, proving far more effective in addressing the pandemic than most developed countries, including the United States.

Two vaccine trials – one by a Chinese team and the other out of Oxford in Britain – have produced an immune response in trial patients. © Xinhua 0

[Chine] In coronavirus vaccine race, Chinese and Oxford trials produce immune responses, offering hope in pandemic

– Phase-two trial by team of Chinese scientists ‘induces significant neutralising antibody responses’, paper in peer-reviewed The Lancet reports

– Study out of Britain’s Jenner Institute finds antibodies are still high up to two months after vaccine administered


[Asie / Pacifique] What Comes After COVID-19? Political Psychology, Strategic Outcomes, and Options for the Asia-Pacific ‘Quad-Plus’

What can political psychology tell us about the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic for the prospect of conflict in the Asia-Pacific? To date, senior analysts and commentators have provided a wide range of opinions about the likely implications of the novel coronavirus pandemic for the risk of interstate war. […]


[Cambodge] COVID-19: An Opportunity for the Cambodian Government to Earn Trust

The COVID-19 pandemic provides an opportunity for the Cambodian government, led by Prime Minister Hun Sen’s ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), to earn more trust from its citizens. This trust-building effort is pivotal as the current government needs a good level of legitimacy to continue its leadership of Cambodia.

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