China and US Vaccine Diplomacy in the Middle East and North Africa
By Passant Mamdouh Ridwan
Beijing had the edge in the early stages of the pandemic, but the preference for mRNA vaccines amid the Omicron variant has helped boost U.S. vaccine diplomacy.
The Disappointment of the Quad Vaccine Partnership
By Sarosh Nagar and Sergio Imparato
Over one year after it was announced, the Quad Vaccine Partnership has underperformed expectations.
Vaccine Diplomacy in Asia
By Alyssa Leng, Roland Rajah, and Herve Lemahieu
If vaccine diplomacy is the new great game, it is being played wrong by all sides, with the risk that no one will be left a winner.
Returning to Multilateralism to Ensure Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Access
By Chee Leong Lee
Both China and the United States can and should do more to ensure equitable access to vaccines around the world.
Biden Announces International COVID-19 Vaccine Sharing Plan
By Zeke Miller
The U.S. plans to distribute 80 million doses around the world this month – with India and South Korea tapped as early recipients.
America Must Become the Vaccine Arsenal of Democracy
By Joaquin Castro
The tragedy underway in India proves that the United States must leverage its full industrial and scientific capacity until the entire world is vaccinated.