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China, the US and the post-virus international order

Francis Fukuyama and Dominique Moisi discuss the once-in-a-century crisis

U.S. President Donald Trump waves as he tours a section of new U.S.-Mexico border wall built in San Luis, Arizona on June 23.   © Reuters

WASHINGTON -- Political scientists Francis Fukuyama and Dominique Moisi have seen their share of turning points in history -- the end of the Cold War and the formation of the European Union, to name two.

Now, as the coronavirus brings the world to a once-in-a-century crisis, their views show a number of common threads: from the strength of democracies like South Korea and Taiwan in responding to the pandemic to the weakness of populism in offering solutions.

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