Monday’s #MustRead List

Each week, I publish a list of interesting articles, essays and reports that may be of interest to the digital diplomacy community. This week-

  1. ‘Digital poverty’ could lead to lost generation of university students, vice-chancellors say (The Guardian)
  2. American Airlines Is The First US Carrier To Use Digital Health Passport (Flying Simple)
  3. China Envisions Digital-Currency Future, With Lotteries and a Year’s Worth of Laundry (Wall Street Journal)
  4. More than eight-in-ten Americans get news from digital devices (Pew Research)
  5. Japan prepares for digital currency, in line with China and others (The Japan Times)
  6. EU companies in China should ‘prepare for the worst’ in digital decoupling: report (Reuters)
  7. Health and tech groups aim to create digital Covid ‘vaccination passport’ (The Financial Times)
  8. Too much information: the COVID work revolution has increased digital overload (The Conversation)
  9. The US Government Needs to Invest in Digital Design (Wired)

Some light reading- Les Misérables (Victor Hugo)

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