You searched for: Content Type Commentary and Analysis Remove constraint Content Type: Commentary and Analysis Publishing Institution Foreign Policy Research Institute Remove constraint Publishing Institution: Foreign Policy Research Institute Political Geography Eurasia Remove constraint Political Geography: Eurasia Publication Year within 1 Year Remove constraint Publication Year: within 1 Year Publication Year within 10 Years Remove constraint Publication Year: within 10 Years Topic Crisis Management Remove constraint Topic: Crisis Management
- Author: Yaroslav Shevchenko
- Publication Date: 07-2020
- Content Type: Commentary and Analysis
- Institution: Foreign Policy Research Institute
- Abstract: The Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China are certainly the two most prominent authoritarian regimes in the world today, with their quasi-alliance characterized as an “axis of authoritarians” and portrayed as a major threat to the West and global liberal democracy. However, despite unmistakable similarities that exist between Xi Jinping of China and Vladimir Putin of Russia, the reality is far more complex. Their respective responses to the COVID-19 crisis shed some light on differences between the political-governance models of these two countries.
- Topic: Authoritarianism, Economy, Crisis Management, COVID-19, Health Crisis
- Political Geography: Russia, China, Eurasia, Asia