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Biden’s Moves On AstraZeneca Stockpile Underscore Power Of Vaccine Diplomacy

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America still has a long way to go to meaningfully contribute to ending the global pandemic, but loaning AstraZeneca’s vaccine to Canada and Mexico helps counter the narrative that only China and Russia are helping the rest of the world.

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