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Why ‘vaccine nationalism’ could be costly, how voters feel about a pandemic election, why women are leaving the workforce, and more.

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We discuss what might happen if there isn’t global coordination when a COVID-19 vaccine is available; Americans’ feelings about voting and election safety and integrity; why women are leaving the labor force in record numbers; measuring the safety of automated vehicles; and a better way to negotiate with North Korea. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.


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