U.S.-China Relations in the Age of COVID-19: Politics, Polemics and Pandemic Response Measures: A Collection of Individual Analyses on the History and Impacts of the Coronavirus Pandemic   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Foreword: "Given the expanding significance of the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] around the world, ICAS [Institute for China-America Studies] has dedicated much of its recent research efforts to understanding and debating the impact of the coronavirus on U.S.-China relations. Beginning in late February, ICAS researchers began developing a living database in order to track developments in the coverage and response by global actors, both government and private, with a focus on perspectives in the West. Reams of data was pulled together through research of over 190 Western public and private sector responses, typically beginning with online media sources, starting with the coronavirus' outbreak from December 1, 2019 to the present. The team continued updating this database and developed a second database focusing on Chinese coverage and responses, looking at similar sectors as a comparative focus of study. ICAS has released a series of commentaries relevant to the COVID-19, each of which is accompanied by its own interactive map. [...] This ICAS Report is a compilation of the ICAS research team's effort over the past half-year to spotlight and provide multiple perspectives on U.S. and Chinese interactions and responses to the pandemic."

2020 Institute for China-America Studies
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