Beyond inflicting agony on the sick, the coronavirus outbreak in the world’s most populous democracy is now robbing victims of their dignity in death, too.
For Kevin Rudd's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
No matter how bad the coronavirus epidemic gets, the crisis will not change how China is governed under President Xi Jinping.
In 2019, China's leaders will likely attempt to re-stabilize bilateral ties and ease tensions in its non-U.S. relationships, and form a deeper judgment about the future of U.S. politics and foreign policy.
The world should buckle up and get ready for a new wave of Chinese international policy activism.
The latest round of global climate talks in Bonn show the world's political leaders are more committed to the Paris accord than ever.