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From Brazil to Belarus, the Covid-19 pandemic intensified political trends around the world.
Unequal vaccine distribution and stimulus support are creating a “walled garden” for the rich world.
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More than half of Americans would be locked down if the US followed Germany’s Covid-19 rules.
With soaring Covid-19 death rates and an authoritarian president, a solution to Brazil’s political crisis seems more out of reach than ever.
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