Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials — March 1, 2021

After a year of mask wearing and social distancing could the coronavirus pandemic really be coming to an end?
Alexander Freund, DW: Is the end of the coronavirus pandemic in sight?
Many people fear mutations and a third wave, but COVID-19 infection rates are falling worldwide.
Is the virus losing steam or are health measures finally having an effect?
Now that spring is in the air in the Northern Hemisphere, many people are losing patience. They want perspective on when the lockdown will gradually be eased, when they can finally expect to be vaccinated, when the dust will finally settle.
The debate was fueled by alleged WHO statements concerning an imminent end to the coronavirus pandemic. Supposedly, World Health Organization (WHO) Director for Europe Hans Henri Kluge told Danish radio that the pandemic would be "over in a few months."
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Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials — March 1, 2021
Covid-19 seeds of Asia’s next financial crisis — William Pesek, Asia Times
Myanmar sanctions will not stop the bloodshed — Zeya Thu, DW
Why protest signs in Myanmar are in English — CSM Editorial
Guns fall silent on India-Pakistan border — MK Bhadrakumar, Asia Times
Pakistan-Afghanistan border fence, a step in the right direction — Abdul Basit, Al Jazeera
America can't ignore the next Indo-Pakistani crisis — War On The Rocks
Why Biden can't turn back the clock on the Iran nuclear deal — Raphael S. Cohen, The Hill
Joe Biden’s Pressure On Saudi Arabia Has High Stakes — Ilan Berman, National Interest
Arab-Israel normalization likely to slow under Joe Biden — Dalal Saoud, UPI
Flip the gray zone script: How the US can customize its approach to China — Craig Singleton, Defense News
How the Pentagon Got Inside ISIS’ Chemical Weapons Operation—and Ended It — Joby Warrick, Politico
The way out of Somalia’s political impasse — Afyare Elmi, Al Jazeera
Nikol Pashinyan Is Armenia’s Prime Problem — Mark Episkopos, National Interest
How The Kremlin’s Years of Conspiracy Spreading Are Biting Back — Ilya Yablokov, Moscow TimesOriginal Article

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