Nov 19, 2014
China and the U.S. could set an example for international cooperation in fighting epidemics and call on developed and developing countries alike to cooperate in combating Ebola so as to avoid panic in Africa and the world at large.
Robert I. Rotberg, Founding Director of Program on Intrastate Conflict, Harvard Kennedy School
Nov 13, 2014
China has now joined the United States and Britain in a long overdue effort to help reduce Ebola fatalities in West Africa. Together with Western efforts and funds, China may help end today’s scourge of Ebola, writes Robert Rotberg.
He Wenping, Research Fellow, West Asia and Africa Studies Institute of the China Academy of Social Sciences
Nov 04, 2014
The Ebola epidemic has been in international headlines for months now, and as a result, many countries are coming to the aid of West Africa to help fight this fatal outbreak. Dr. He Wenping argues that China and the U.S. should help fund research and medical teams in afflicted nations.
Oct 24, 2014
With every passing day the absence of a powerful international response to West Africa's Ebola epidemic allows the horror to grow, pushing the nightmares
Oct 17, 2014
From Ebola to debt to deflation, fear once again stalks the global economy. With bewildering speed, concerns about credit defaults, slowing demand and political
Yanzhong Huang, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Oct 03, 2014
The SARS crisis strengthened China’s capability to handle major disease outbreaks. Yanzhong Huang calls on the international community to support West Africa through aid and workers, but also warns that nations must internally build sustainable health institutions and capacity to handle future crises.