US takes a hard line on Russia, Congress weighs stimulus, the way forward for Waymo

The US has signalled a more confrontational stance toward Russia after Moscow cracked down on protesters over the weekend. In Congress, Democrats have said they want a deal on President Biden’s $1.9tn stimulus plan before taking up Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate. The WHO warns richer countries that they face a hit to their own recoveries if they fail to help the developing world roll out vaccines, and the technology for self-driving cars continues to be a grind. 


US demands release of Navalny after Russia cracks down on protesters

https://www.ft.com/content/3bacc3d7-b1ea-41ef-a949-0f60db7b8243


What effect will Biden Stimulus have on Fed policy

https://www.ft.com/content/e54712dd-bb35-43e4-8533-f1ae28fec054


Vaccine delays in poorer nations threaten advanced economies

https://www.ft.com/content/53c668bc-1066-4d8c-8c8d-5d29ba34a06e


Rolling out driverless cars is “extraordinary grind,” says Waymo boss

https://www.ft.com/content/6b1b11ea-b50b-4dd5-802d-475c9731e89a


 

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