Policy, Guns and Money: A Covid lens on US–China relations, atrocity crime and climate action

In this episode, Kelsey Munro, ASPI senior analyst, speaks to Charles Edel, senior fellow at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, about the current tensions between Australia and China and the US–China relationship in the Covid-19 era.

Next, ASPI researcher Genevieve Feely talks with Nikki Marczak, from the University of Queensland’s Asia–Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, about the impact of Covid-19 in conflict-affected areas and the risk of atrocity crimes.

Finally, research interns Alexandra Pascoe, Albert Zhang and Hal Crichton-Standish discuss climate change and the pandemic and how the crisis provides an opportunity for climate action.