US-China Relationship, and Atrocities & Climate Impacts in the Time of Covid-19 [audio] [open html - 0B]
From the Audio Description: "In this episode of Policy, Guns and Money Kelsey Munro, ASPI [Australian Strategic Policy Institute] Senior Analyst, speaks to Charles Edel, Senior Fellow at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, about the current tensions between Australia and China and the US-China relationship in the Covid [coronavirus disease] era. Then, ASPI Researcher Geneveieve Feely speaks to Nikki Marczak from the University of Queensland's Asia Pacific Centre for The Responsibility to Protect about the impact of Covid-19 in conflict-affected areas and the risk of atrocity crimes. Finally, research interns Alexandra Pascoe, Albert Zhang and Hal Crichton-Standish talk about climate change and Covid-19 and how the crisis provides an opportunity for climate action going forward." The duration of this audio is 39 minutes and 33 seconds.
Australian Strategic Policy Institute
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