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‘Vaccine nationalism,’ reviving civic education, what the U.S. Coast Guard needs for Arctic missions, and more.

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The costs of vaccine nationalism; how a civic education revival could help counter Truth Decay; what the Biden administration should expect from South Korea; the Coast Guard’s new icebreaker fleet; and why the Philippines is sticking by America’s side. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.


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