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Coronavirus: Why is the mortality rate lower in Germany?

In The News, 25 March 2020
Modern Deterrence
Italy’s unsuccessful request for assistance from partners within the 27-member European Union has highlighted how the battle against the pandemic has been fought on national lines, said an expert from the Royal United Services Institute, a UK think tank. Only Germany has now started to receive Italian patients for treatment. Italy had an “absolutely horrible experience” when it appealed for medical supplies from its EU colleagues and failure respond made the situation there much worse, said Elisabeth Braw, a senior researcher.

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Elisabeth Braw
Associate Fellow

Elisabeth Braw is a Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where she focuses on deterrence against emerging forms... read more