A commuter wearing a protective mask sits on a bus displaying an electronic sign that reads “Stay Home. Save Lives” in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, on April 21. Photo: Bloomberg A commuter wearing a protective mask sits on a bus displaying an electronic sign that reads “Stay Home. Save Lives” in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, on April 21. Photo: Bloomberg
A commuter wearing a protective mask sits on a bus displaying an electronic sign that reads “Stay Home. Save Lives” in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, on April 21. Photo: Bloomberg
Yun Tang
Opinion

Opinion

Yun Tang

As a second wave looms, the US and China must escape the coronavirus ‘trap’ and work together to avert disaster

  • The Covid-19 trap, a twist on the Thucydides Trap, has limited policy options for the US and China. But this head-on collision is avoidable, and stable relations can cushion the world from upcoming shocks

A commuter wearing a protective mask sits on a bus displaying an electronic sign that reads “Stay Home. Save Lives” in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, on April 21. Photo: Bloomberg A commuter wearing a protective mask sits on a bus displaying an electronic sign that reads “Stay Home. Save Lives” in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, on April 21. Photo: Bloomberg
A commuter wearing a protective mask sits on a bus displaying an electronic sign that reads “Stay Home. Save Lives” in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US, on April 21. Photo: Bloomberg
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