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Vaccination news and analysis from The Nation
June 29, 2021
Biden’s Failure to End Trump’s War on Cuba Is Threatening Lives
The president promised to return to Obama’s policies of engagement with Cuba, but the embargo and other Trump-era restrictions remain in place.
June 22, 2021
Wealthy Countries Have Left the Rest of the World Behind
Vaccine nationalism bought wealthy countries a return to normalcy, while leaving the Global South with devastating surges.
June 9, 2021
Democracy on a Ventilator
Two crises, two emergency lockdowns, but only one is called a matter of public health.
S. Eudora Smith
June 7, 2021
America Pursues Vaccine Internationalism—but What Kind?
A foreign policy of global division makes Americans less safe.
May 31, 2021
We Can’t Trust Big Pharma to Make Enough Vaccines
Global vaccine scarcity is not inevitable.
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May 17, 2021
Sharing the Vaccine Is Just the First Step
Now we need to make sure poorer countries have the resources and technical capacity to ramp up production.
May 14, 2021
‘Where Are the Moderate Hindus?’
India is reeling from two deadly viruses: Covid-19 and Hindutva—a century-old far-right political ideology whose founders were directly inspired by Hitler’s Nazism and Italian Fascism.
May 7, 2021
Is the Shine Starting to Come Off Bill Gates’s Halo?
The billionaire’s role in perpetuating vaccine apartheid in the name of protecting intellectual property rights has begun to draw criticism.
May 4, 2021
This Is Biden’s Chance to Vaccinate the World
Then-candidate Biden told me he wouldn’t let patents block vaccine access. Tomorrow, he must keep his promise.
April 27, 2021
The Fight Against Vaccine Apartheid Goes Global
Israel’s refusal to vaccinate Palestinians under occupation has stirred widespread outrage—and linked the struggle for justice in Palestine to struggles around the world.
Yara M. Asi