vaccine diplomacy

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The European Union has much work ahead in the Balkans to counter competing influences, writes SAIS faculty David Ellwood.

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Winning hearts and minds in the Balkans is key to COVID-19 vaccine rollout, writes SAIS faculty David Ellwood.

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Authors argue for countries to adopt decentralized global health models that prioritize multilateral collaboration and local capacity-building.

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Science diplomacy researcher Olga Krasnyak revisits U.S.-Soviet medical partnerships as a lens to consider collaborative possibilities today.

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Media portrayal of the COVID-19 vaccination rollout reveals unprecedented PD dynamics, writes SAIS faculty David Ellwood.

Former CPD Dissertation award recipient Stanislav Budnitsky discusses Russia's new COVID-19 vaccine in the context of Russia's quest for technological advancement and international standing

Idea: We need to develop vaccines for neglected tropical diseases in the Middle East and North Africa. [...] Hotez, who was appointed U.S. Science Envoy for the Middle East in 2015, brought his knowledge of these neglected tropical diseases to the turmoil in the Middle East and discovered the makings of a new global epidemic.