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Julian Borger is a British journalist. He is the world affairs editor at The Guardian.
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- For some US allies, the fixation on words at a time when the international order was arguably facing its greatest challenge since the second world war encapsulated the glaring absence of US leadership. And that absence was illustrated just as vividly by news coverage of planes full of medical supplies from China arriving in Italy, at a time when the US was quietly flying in half a million Italian-made diagnostic swabs for use in its own under-equipped health system and Donald Trump was on the phone to the South Korean president pressing him to send test kits.
- "US awol from world stage as China tries on global leadership for size" The Guardian (29 March 2020)
- On the COVID-19 pandemic