Podcasts 29 January 2021 World Review podcast: Wuhan, one year on Has the first Covid-19 epicentre bounced back after a year? Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin discuss on the World Review podcast Lintao Zhang/Getty Images Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up It’s a year since Hubei province, central China, went into lockdown after the first outbreak of Covid-19 in its capital, Wuhan. On this episode of World Review from the New Statesman, Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC are joined by Rui Zhong, programme assistant for the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States at the Wilson Center. They discuss how Wuhan has (or hasn’t) bounced back from the first days of Covid-19, whether there is a growing anti-China sentiment globally, and how administrations from the US to the EU and Britain should handle diplomacy with Beijing in 2021. Listen here: Further reading Ido Vock arguest that strict policies, not Confucian values, explain East Asia’s Covid-19 success Jeremy has explored why a 60-year-old book on the twilight of the Hasburg empire is being read with fresh eyes during the pandemic Helen Thompson writes that the new EU-China trade deal is driven by a commercial realpolitik – and the world knows it How to listen to World Review World Review publishes a new episode every Friday, and is available on all major podcast platforms. Listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Acast and more. Or, if you’d rather, you can access the RSS feed directly here: https://rss.acast.com/world-review. › What’s driving vaccine hesitancy among black Britons? The answer is complicated Subscribe To stay on top of global affairs and enjoy even more international coverage subscribe for just £1 per month!