本站消息北京5月19日电 (蒋鲤)好海内布推斯减州参议员本·萨斯(Ben Sasse)克日正在《华我街日报》揭橥作品称，米国应该扩展对付中疫苗支援，在本年戴德节前为齐天下供给10亿剂疫苗，以抗衡中国日趋增加的硬套力。文中称当初是“现代只要一次”的最好机会，背全球证实米国的引导位置。
Is the U.S. sharing its vaccines or clinging to hegemony?
By John Lee
(ECNS)-- Ben Sasse, a U.S. senator from Nebraska, suggested in the Wall Street Journal that the American government should expand global vaccine assistance and set a goal of inoculating more than one billion people around the world by Thanksgiving, claiming it is "a genuine once-in-a-generation opportunity to show the world what U.S. leadership looks like."
The world is facing a severe shortage of COVID-19 vaccines, but what the senator wants the world to see is what U.S. leadership looks like. He even suggested that "every person who accepts an American vaccine should know exactly where it came from."
That reminds us of the familiar smell of “American hypocrisy.” Is the U,www.hg78.com.S. putting on a political show?
So far, the White House has not decided how the new commitment of vaccines would be shared or which countries would receive them, according to Associated Press. "As U.S. races back to 'normal', no sign it is letting go of vaccine stockpile," an article released by the Times of India stated. Will the U.S. pledge become an empty promise?
To Sasse, there are "imaginary enemies" and what he proposed is nothing but a “vaccine race”.
The vaccine should not be a tool to create a "vaccine divide" or seek political manipulation. Rather than a calculated publicity build-up by taking advantage of vaccines, the U.S. should take concrete measures. Playing the card of geopolitical intrigue is doomed to fail.【编纂:张燕玲】