February 12, 2021

Vaccine Nationalism and the European Union, with Sarah Wheaton

By Sarah Wheaton, Carisa Nietsche and Jim Townsend

Sarah Wheaton joins Carisa Nietsche and Jim Townsend to discuss vaccine nationalism in the EU, the ongoing vaccine rollout, and what both mean for the future of European integration and transatlantic relations. Sarah Wheaton is the chief policy correspondent for Politico Europe. In this role, she focusses on top policy news, in-depth reporting, and special projects in collaboration with Politico’s policy-reporting teams. Prior to this, she served as a senior policy reporter on Politico Europe’s health team, and before moving to Brussels. Sarah was a White House correspondent for Politico in the United States. She spent much of her career at the New York Times, where she reported on breaking news on the 2008 and 2012 campaign in print and online.

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