La República

03.04.21

Ni liebre ni tortuga

La respuesta del gobierno a las críticas por la demora en la llegada de las vacunas al país era una apuesta, al menos en el papel, razonable: de poco sirve iniciar pronto si no se arranca a paso firme. Colombia, nos decían, podría no ser el primero en la región en transmitir el “show” de la primera vacuna contra el covid-19, pero estaría preparado para garantizar un suministro y distribución suficiente para lograr su meta de inmunizar a 35 millones de personas en 2021.

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Voice of America

03.03.21

US Sanctions Russians for Role in Navalny Attack 

Sanctions were imposed Tuesday on several senior Russian government officials — but not the country's president, Vladimir Putin — for what the Biden administration says is their role in the attempted murder of Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny.  

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New York Post

02.27.21

Why Putin keeps meddling with athletes like Rangers star Artemi Panarin

“It is quite unusual for a Russian sportsman to discuss politics unless this person is explicitly involved or asked to participate in an activity with Putin,” University of Chicago professor Konstantin Sonin, a Russia native and economist, told The Post.

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Western Wall

Harris Public Policy students visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem as part of the 2019 Pearson International Conflict Seminar to Israel and the West Bank.

Ramin Kohanteb / The Pearson Institute