by Joshua Yaffa published in The New Yorker
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Yaffa frames the international struggle to develop...Show description
Posted 778 days ago
I was not a fan of this article. It kind of played on the Western fear of Russia in an inappropriate way to me. Alongside of how Russia "cut corners," I think the article also should have mentioned how American CEOs sold off huge portions of their company's stock days after the vaccine announcements.
Of course there are corners cut, and I'm not implying that there is no harm here, but I think this could have been contextualized much better instead of almost a pointing match.