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The Quarantine Files | How South Korea Beat COVID-19

Everyone has an opinion on how COVID-19 is changing the world. But what do renowned scholars think? We invited a couple of these critical thinkers on the show to ask how this pandemic-induced isolation will impact culture, society and politics. Plus, South Korea's handling of the coronavirus is being hailed a success. But just how has it managed to keep COVID-19 from spiralling out of control? Guests: Brad Evans Curator of 'The Quarantine Files: Thinkers in Self-Isolation' Simon Critchley Hans Jonas Professor of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research in New York Dr Soonman Kwon Member of South Korea's Health Advisory Committee

How South Korea fought back against Covid-19

How South Korea fought back against Covid-19

Coronavirus visualised: See how cases hit the one-million mark

Coronavirus visualised: See how cases hit the one-million mark

Turkey’s contact tracers piece together infection puzzle

Turkey’s contact tracers piece together infection puzzle

South Korean economy hit hard by COVID-19

South Korean economy hit hard by COVID-19

Rwandan Genocide Report

Rwandan Genocide Report

Myanmar Coup Enters Third Month

Myanmar Coup Enters Third Month

Boris Johnson’s Renovation Investigation

Boris Johnson’s Renovation Investigation

Biden's First 100 Days

Biden's First 100 Days

India's Second Coronavirus Wave

India's Second Coronavirus Wave

Raising the Curtains

Raising the Curtains

Biden's Foreign Policy Approach

Biden's Foreign Policy Approach

Biden and the Economy

Biden and the Economy

India’s Coronavirus Crisis

India’s Coronavirus Crisis

The Newsmakers Talks to Shah Mahmood Qureshi

The Newsmakers Talks to Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Casualties Mount as Civilian Resistance to the Military Coup in Myanmar Grows Stronger

Casualties Mount as Civilian Resistance to the Military Coup in Myanmar Grows Stronger

Riyadh’s Offer to the Houthis

Riyadh’s Offer to the Houthis

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