Devex  |  March 18, 2021

“Vaccine diplomacy is when you use a scarce medical resource — in this case, a vaccine — to further your diplomatic influence, and particularly in areas of geostrategic importance, for the country,” Lawrence Gostin, director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, told Devex. “So it’s supposed to help the country that you’re giving it to, but it also serves the interests of the donator of the vaccine.”

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