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China and the Pandemic

How have China's relations with other countries changed since the arrival of the virus? David Aaronovitch explores the shifts in global power and asks where they may lead.

How have China's relations with other countries changed since the arrival of the virus? The US and China have been facing each other off for years, but increasingly other nations are questioning the benefits that China's growing dominance has brought. David Aaronovitch explores how that is being viewed within China itself. Has trust in the communist regime declined or are nationalistic attitudes strengthening? And what changes might this bring to global power dynamics in the future?
Contributors: Professor Niall Ferguson of Stanford University, Rafaello Pantucci from RUSI, Yu Jie from Chatham House, economist and author Dr Linda Yueh and Professor Steve Tsang from SOAS.
Producers: Kirsteen Knight, Sally Abrahams and Rosamund Jones.
Editor: Jasper Corbett.

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28 minutes

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Thu 14 May 2020 20:00

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  • Thu 14 May 2020 20:00

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