The Washington Post  |  January 12, 2022

Still, analysts note, those countries had political and geographical characteristics that set them apart. China’s authoritarian system enabled it to implement “a very, very painful strategy, which I’m not sure a large Western democracy could follow,” said Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health law at Georgetown University. Neither Australia nor New Zealand have land borders; both have relatively small populations and strong economies.

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