Why Coronavirus May Do More Damage to America’s Reputation Than to China’s
The National Interest -

Ali Wyne

Security, Asia

The United States has defied many a declinist prognostication, and it may be able to do so again if it modernizes its social compact and commits itself anew to developing coalitions that can address present and future transnational emergencies. But it will likely have to work much harder than China to recover its pre-pandemic standing, assuming that the pervasive perception of an enfeebled and insular superpower has not already calcified.

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