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Southeast Asia’s China Approach Has Real Bearing
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Southeast Asia’s China Approach Has Real Bearing

John Lee

It has been a challenging 12 months for the People’s Republic of China and its paramount leader, President Xi Jinping.

Domestically, many are blaming the Communist Party for the spread of the coronavirus, given the official priority attached to controlling information and suppressing dissent rather than trying to prevent transmission of COVID-19 during the earlier ­stages of the emergency.

Read the full article in the Weekend Australian.

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