From the Executive Summary: "Both the East and the West argue that the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] pandemic has created a global governance vacuum that can be filled either only by a democratic society, or only by an autocratic one. While U.S. COVID-19 response has been imperfect, Chinese missteps--both willful and otherwise--are demonstrative of the internal and external challenges precipitated by Beijing's governance choices at home and abroad. In an era of Great Power Competition, a global crisis provides the nexus to shape a new world order. This report intends to examine the state of play and put forth a set of recommendations to ensure U.S. preeminence when the COVID-19 crisis recedes."
Senator Marsha Blackburn: https://www.blackburn.senate.gov/