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The Politics of Coronavirus

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Coronavirus: The Politics of Pandemics

This week, we discuss COVID-19 and ask: how it will change our politics. (Subscribe:

Gary chats to Matthew Taylor, former Head of Policy for Number 10 under Tony Blair and now Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts, and Danny Finkelstein, columnist for The Times and a Tory peer.

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How will the Coronavirus change global politics? | DW Analysis

The Coronavirus is sweeping around the world. It’s a global emergency like we’ve never seen before. Europe now has become epicentre of the Corona crisis. Italy is ground zero, and its healthcare system is buckling under the pressure. Scenes like this could come soon in Spain, France and Germany too. And European leaders are warning it could get much, much worse.

And the US isn’t far behind, although the president insists he is on top of things. But the markets don’t seem to agree. The economy is heading for a huge recession.

Back in China, where it all began, the worst seemsto be over, at least for now. Infections are down dramatically from their peak and president Xi Jinping has been to visit healthcare workers in the city of Wuhan, which is China's ground zero. Some have even said China’s response is a model for the world. An extreme lockdown that helped to slow the virus’s spread, a makeshift hospital built in a matter of days, all made possible by an authoritarian regime that is able to act quickly and decisively.

Is that true? Do you need to be a dictatorship to handle a killer virus? Are Europe and the US at a fatal disadvantage in tackling this intense crisis? We’re going to compare these three big players: China, where it all began, Europe, now at the centre of the pandemic, and the US, where infections are spreading fast. Our Analysis is taking a deep dive in what’s going wrong, what’s going right, and what global politics might look like after this crisis.
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Coronavirus Vaccine Update: Politics Over Covid Vaccine & Vaccine Dry-Run Completed | India Today

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CNN's Michael Smerconish calls out the politics of Covid-19 origin theories

CNN's Michael Smerconish discusses the political reaction to new questions about Covid-19's origin after a report found that researchers at China's Wuhan Institute of Virology fell ill in November 2019, about a month earlier than China had reported to WHO that the first patient with Covid-like symptoms was recorded.

Online Event: Chinese Politics in the Wake of Covid-19

Although Beijing has declared initial success in containing the spread of the coronavirus within its borders, questions about the political fallout for the Party and for CCP General Secretary Xi Jinping still remain. Will he emerge from the crisis with his grip on power strengthened? Or has the CCP's early mishandling of the virus empowered Xi's political rivals? Please join CSIS Freeman Chair Jude Blanchette and Claremont McKenna College political scientist Minxin Pei for a discussion of the political implications of the coronavirus outbreak.

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UK Govt: Will see an increase in COVID-19 deaths in coming weeks| Boris Johnson | Coronavirus Update

The UK government has warned that there will be an increase in COVID-19 deaths in the coming weeks. This warning comes as England celebrated the lifting of nearly all Coronavirus restrictions after over a year.

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Why COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories Are Spreading l FiveThirtyEight Politics Podcast

Political scientist Joe Uscinski joins the podcast to discuss the spread of COVID-19 conspiracy theories -- why they've formed and what can be done about them.

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Thousands get pinged for virus exposure in Britain | Pingdemic | Coronavirus | Latest English news

The contact tracing app developed by NHS in Britain creates trouble for the population. The app 'pings' anyone who has had close contact with a COVID infected person and asks him or her to self-isolate. After Britain celebrated freedom day, the British phones continued buzzing. This is being called by the British by the name of 'Pingdemic.'

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Coronavirus: The Politics, Economics and Diplomacy | 01/04/2020

Coronavirus: The Politics, Economics and Diplomacy | 01/04/2020
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Understanding the Politics of Pandemics

How do we assign responsibility or blame for a pandemic? Who is deserving or undeserving of government assistance during a public health crisis? Who do we trust to provide us with information about the risks associated with coronavirus? There is no single ‘right’ answer to these questions. Instead, it is through the political process that we assign responsibility, decide who is deserving, or who we trust. In this lecture, Adam Sheingate, Professor of Political Science, explores several ways the work of Political Science addresses these questions in ways that can provide insight into the current Covid-19 crisis and the struggle over a government response. Visit to see more lectures and mini-courses.

Iran’s COVID-19 crisis fuelled by politics and religion

How political blinders, false assurances and religious practices contributed to the spread of COVID-19 in Iran.

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The Politics Of The Coronavirus Response

President Trump has repeatedly sought to downplay concerns about coronavirus for the past few weeks, often contradicting the announcements made by public health experts, including some within his own administration. The White House is also reportedly looking at ways to use the nation’s current state of confusion and anxiety to push through long-sought political goals, including southern border security measures and trade crackdowns on China. To discuss this and more, Jim Braude was joined by Rufus Gifford, former U.S. ambassador to Denmark and former finance director for the Obama reelection campaign; and Jennifer Nassour, former chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party and founder of Conservative Women for a Better Future.

How science and politics collide in the battle against the coronavirus | COVID-19 Special

The coronavirus pandemic has put the spotlight on the often difficult relationship between Science and Politics. In the scientific world researchers tread a slow and methodical path in the search for truth.
But for some politicians, the rush to deliver quick and easy answers to complex questions has made scientific research a political football. Researchers are still learning about the virus, trying to understand how it behaves, and devising strategies to fight it. They need politicians to turn their findings into public policy. But that collaboration is often far from straightforward. In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that the number of coronavirus infections could rise to almost twenty thousand a day by Christmas if the current trend continues. She says the priority must be to bring numbers down - while keeping the economy alive. Throughout the pandemic, she's been shaping her policies around the latest advice from Germany's scientists and researchers. Among the experts that have her ear is the country's most well-known virologist Christian Drosten. As Germany and the world prepare for a likely second major wave of new COVID-19 infections in the coming months, now more than ever politics and science need to work hand in hand.
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Economy and Politics in a COVID-19 Era (2020)

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Shekhar Suman's take on West Bengal politics amid Coronavirus surge

Shekhar Suman presented a sarcastic take on rising politics amid surging Coronavirus cases in India. He showed how social distancing was not followed amid rallies in the state of West Bengal. 

He also commented on how the word Corona was used during various public rallies in West Bengal by both TMC and BJP leaders. Take a look

David Dayen - Unsanitized: The Politics of Coronavirus

Journalist David Dayen has been writing the essential coverage of the COVID-19 crisis through his daily Unsanitized briefings for The American Prospect. He has followed with a fine-toothed comb the healthcare crisis, the economic devastation, the political failures and the deeply unequal consequences of the fallout.

In this lecture, Dayen will analyze the main forces behind the COVID-19 disaster. He will review the major political developments thus far, and the winners and losers of the unfolding economic consequences. He will also suggest who should be held responsible and what we might expect. Presented by BFA Visual & Critical Studies.

David Dayen is the executive editor of The American Prospect. He has just released a new book, Monopolized: Life in the Age of Corporate Power. His work has appeared in The Intercept, The New Republic, HuffPost, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and more.

Covid-19: Science vs Politics

Politicians want to add credibility to their decisions through presentation of supporting scientific advice. The difficulty with this in the Covid-19 crisis is that scientists don't always have concrete answers and can feel pressured by politicians to go beyond what is actually known.
Frédéric Jenny (ESSEC Business Scool, OECD) has contributed a paper to CEPR's new Covid Economics Review, which you can download free here

Charles Benson talks with NBC's Chuck Todd on coronavirus impacting politics, 2020 race

We talk Coronavirus politics with NBC's Chuck Todd, Moderator of Meet the Press. Will the virus be one of those issues that consumes a presidency due to unforeseen circumstances in an election year?

Coronavirus Seminar Series Politics, Health, and Coronavirus

Our response to the coronavirus pandemic has been shaped largely by the day-to-day mechanics of politics and policies. This seminar will explore how politics affect our ability to respond both in short and long term to a public health crisis and the various opportunities and challenges we face.

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