In their latest article for Global Policy journal, Dimitris Katsikas and Apostolos Fasianos note that: “In contrast to the previous economic crisis, this time, the EU has acted fast and has displayed solidarity not only through its common vaccine strategy, but also by taking unprecedented steps in the area of fiscal support for member states’ distressed economies and health systems. Backtracking now, by succumbing to national political pressures, jeopardizes this progress achieved through significant economic and social cost in the previous decade”.

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