TOC Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, Special Issue: Pandemic Asia, Part II

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We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus (Volume 18, No.15, Special Issue: Pandemic Asia, Part II).  This issue features:
 
Introduction: COVID-19 and Authoritarian Creep in South and Southeast Asia"
By Jeff KINGSTON

COVID-19 and the Reification of the US-China "Cold War""
By Guilio PUGLIESE

"COVID-19 and Extremism in Southeast Asia"
By Sidney JONES

Military Politics in Pandemic Indonesia"
By Jun HONNA

Misplaced Priorities, Unnecessary Effects: Collective Suffering and Survival in Pandemic Philippines"
By Nastassja QUIJANO, Maria Carmen (Ica) FERNANDEZ, and Abbey PANGILINAN

Singapore's COVID-19 Catastrophe: Authoritarian bungling, an infectious election, and an international humanitarian crisis"
By Fangpi LIAO

COVID-19 Attacks the Regime: The Case of Thailand"
By Pavin CHACHAVALPONGPUN

"Coronavirus and Impact on the Bangladesh Economy: Assessing the Damage of the Black Swan of 2020"
By Sajid AMIT

COVID-19 in Bangladesh: How the Awami League Transformed a Crisis into a Disaster"
By Ikhtisad AHMED

Image Management over COVID-19 Management"
By Samrat CHOUDHURY

COVID-19 in Nepal: Times of Anxiety and Fear"
By Mukta S. TAMANG

Facing a Pandemic at a Time of Elections and Cricket: Socio-Political Consequences of Sri Lanka's COVID-19 Curfew"
By Udan FERNANDO

"We are All Chinese Now: COVID-19 and Anti-Asian Racism in the United States"
By Linda HASUNUMA

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