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Coronavirus: Why War Makes Countries More Resilient to COVID-19

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Countries like Poland and Vietnam that suffered huge losses in past wars have had relatively few COVID deaths. War seems to drive the kind of community solidarity and pro-social behavior that's necessary to contain the coronavirus. Read more at Al Arabiya.

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Countries like Poland and Vietnam that suffered huge losses in past wars have had relatively few COVID deaths. War seems to drive the kind of community solidarity and pro-social behavior that's necessary to contain the coronavirus. Read more at Al Arabiya

Omar Ahmad Al-Ubaydli
Omar Al-Ubaydli is an affiliated senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, a senior fellow at the Bahrain Center for Strategic, International, and Energy Studies, and an affiliated associate professor of economics at George Mason University.

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