Sat. May 15th, 2021

Our bureau in Brussels takes a look at some of the key stories in Europe this week.

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3 thoughts on “Europe’s week: Vaccine nationalism, poison politics & Charlie Hebdo”
  1. Make no mistake – the “COVID-vaccine” is a 100 billion $(!) gold mine for whichever private company gets there first. On top of it, of course, the ‘national card’, treating a potential vaccine as a ‘bio-chemical weapon’, only ‘they’ want to have (and want to control it’s distribution). EU-publicly funded universities with a cross-country cooperation effort are at a disadvantage, but are the ‘best’ solution for a global vaccine – distributed to all – not just the countries Russia, China or Trump like.

  2. That’s the EU saying we are sending your tax money to Africa before solving the problem in Europe He said countries can’t deal with the pandemic alone. What about S Korea and Taiwan?

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