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Taiwan Tightens Pandemic Measures After First Local COVID-19 Case Since April
January 01, 2021

Taiwan Tightens Pandemic Measures After First Local COVID-19 Case Since April

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan is tightening borders as a new, more contagious variant of COVID-19 spreads around the world.

Taiwan Accused of Failing to Protect Medical Rights of Southeast Asian Workers
November 14, 2020

Taiwan Accused of Failing to Protect Medical Rights of Southeast Asian Workers

By Nick Aspinwall
A coalition held a protest outside Taiwan’s disease control center after several migrant workers said they were illegally terminated after getting sick.
Recover Better Together: Taiwan Can Help
September 14, 2020

Recover Better Together: Taiwan Can Help

By Jaushieh Joseph Wu
“Working together for the greater good is how the world will defeat COVID-19,” Taiwan’s foreign minister writes – and Taiwan must be a part of that effort.

Taiwan’s COVID-19 Success Story Continues as Neighbors Fend Off New Outbreaks
September 11, 2020

Taiwan’s COVID-19 Success Story Continues as Neighbors Fend Off New Outbreaks

By Nick Aspinwall
Unlike countries like Vietnam and New Zealand, Taiwan has managed to keep its five-month streak of no local COVID-19 transmissions alive.

US Health Secretary Alex Azar to Visit Taiwan in Rare Cabinet-Level Exchange
August 07, 2020

US Health Secretary Alex Azar to Visit Taiwan in Rare Cabinet-Level Exchange

By Nick Aspinwall
Azar plans to meet with several top officials to promote U.S.-Taiwan cooperation on the COVID-19 pandemic.

Changing of the Guard as William Lai Replaces Taiwan’s Epidemiologist Vice President
June 19, 2020

Changing of the Guard as William Lai Replaces Taiwan’s Epidemiologist Vice President

By Nick Aspinwall
Chen Chien-jen ended his single term as vice president after playing a key role in Taiwan’s successful COVID-19 response.

Taiwan to Loosen COVID Social Distancing Restrictions, Announces Global Assistance Measures
June 05, 2020

Taiwan to Loosen COVID Social Distancing Restrictions, Announces Global Assistance Measures

By Nick Aspinwall
The country, which has confirmed just 443 cases of COVID-19, is set to ease social distancing seating restrictions in public places.
Agile Governance Crushing COVID-19: Taiwan and South Korea
May 22, 2020

Agile Governance Crushing COVID-19: Taiwan and South Korea

By Mark Manantan
As leadership in global health governance remains in limbo, South Korea and Taiwan stand out with their nimbleness.

How COVID-19 Challenges Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy
May 18, 2020

How COVID-19 Challenges Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy

By Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang
The pandemic will inevitably affect Tsai’s signature foreign policy -- but not necessarily for the worse.

Taiwan and the WHO: People Power Will Prevail
May 13, 2020

Taiwan and the WHO: People Power Will Prevail

By Johnny Chiang
The KMT’s chairman makes the case for Taiwan’s inclusion in the World Health Organization.

Taiwan’s Medical Diplomacy in the Caribbean: A Final Stand Against Beijing?
May 11, 2020

Taiwan’s Medical Diplomacy in the Caribbean: A Final Stand Against Beijing?

By Jared Ward
Taiwan’s aid in the COVID-19 fight could be its best chance at keeping its remaining diplomatic allies.
Pompeo Urges Tedros to Invite Taiwan to WHA as More Countries Join Campaign
May 08, 2020

Pompeo Urges Tedros to Invite Taiwan to WHA as More Countries Join Campaign

By Nick Aspinwall
Australia and New Zealand have hopped on board a growing U.S.-backed campaign for Taiwan to participate in the World Health Assembly as an observer.

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