Coronavirus and protest: How COVID-19 has changed the face of American activism
New research from the United States Studies Centre reveals the political and strategic underpinnings of the LIBERATE protests, concentrated in states won by Trump in 2016 but with Democratic governors, are likely critical for Trump’s re-election in November.
Nursing homes at the centre of the coronavirus pandemic
As residents and staff in aged care facilities continue to make up a major proportion of COVID-19 infections in both Australia and the United States, Dr Lesley Russell looks at how this might have been avoided and what needs to be done in the future.
Fear, loathing and COVID-19: America and Australia compared
Polling of 1,000 Americans and 1,000 Australians has shown a stark contrast in sentiment toward government management of the COVID-19 crisis, with the pandemic driving partisan politics in the United States, but erasing party lines in Australia.
US-China economic distancing in the era of great power rivalry and COVID-19
When the pandemic eventually subsides, ‘normal functioning’ of the economic relationship between the world's two largest economies will be increasingly different to what it was before, according to a new report from USSC non-resident senior fellow John Lee.