Amanpour: Wendy Sherman, Dr. Anders Tegnell, Heidi Larson and Jason Stanley

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Wendy Sherman, the director for Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School and former diplomat, speaks to Christiane Amanpour about the decision to close the Chinese consulate. She argues it was an overreach. Now, Sweden have a had an usual approach to lockdown; at first they had very few deaths and no lockdown was imposed, but as their mortality rate is increasing they are facing harsh criticism. Dr. Anders Tegnell, Sweden's chief epidemiologist, defends Sweden’s policy. Since the coronavirus pandemic began, the race for a vaccine has been on. But will everyone take it once it becomes available? Heidi Larson, director of The Vaccine Confidence Project, explains where vaccine hesitancy comes from, and how to restore public faith in medicine. Then our Hari Sreenivasan talks to Jason Stanley, Yale philosophy professor and author of "How Fascism Works", about the inner mechanics of fascism and the forces that drive dictatorship, including worrying signs of fascism on the rise in the U.S.

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