Think Tanks et al

Think Tanks et al

Accessed 19 Sep 2020
Up Front
Politics is wrecking America’s pandemic response
Jonathan Rothwell and Christos Makridis
Thursday, September 17, 2020

Center for Global Development [to 19 Sep 2020]
Accessed 19 Sep 2020
September 15, 2020
Using Machine Learning for Healthcare Resource Allocation in COVID-19: Opportunities and Challenges for LMICs
One of the greatest challenges for any health system facing COVID-19 is the equitable and efficient allocation of scarce resources. With health systems stretched, and concerns about COVID-19 vaccine nationalism, machine learning presents a valuable opportunity to help guide decisions on the allocation of scarce resources like hospital beds, staff, and vaccines, in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Anukrat Bhansali and Vageesh Jain

Chatham House [to 19 Sep 2020]
[No new relevant content]


Accessed 19 Sep 2020
Advice to the Independent Panel on Pandemic Preparedness and Response
September 17, 2020 | By J. Stephen Morrison, Carolyn Reynolds

On Demand Event
Online Event: CSIS Book Launch with Heidi J. Larson – Stuck
September 16, 202


Council on Foreign Relations
Accessed 19 Sep 2020
September 14, 2020
The Cyber Side of Vaccine Nationalism
Vaccine nationalism has given rise to a new wave of cyber espionage targeting COVID-19 vaccine research.
Blog Post by David P. Fidler Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program
In the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine nationalism has become an important and controversial phenomenon. Rather than cooperate through global mechanisms to develop, manufacture, and distribute a vaccine against the coronavirus, countries with the means to do so have prioritized national access to a vaccine. Despite warnings about its adverse consequences for global health and international cooperation, vaccine nationalism is not abating. The political momentum of vaccine nationalism can be found in not only the pharmaceutical realm but also cyberspace…


Kaiser Family Foundation
Accessed 19 Sep 2020
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