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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.

COVID-19 Brings Cross-Strait Relations to a Crossroads
April 30, 2020

COVID-19 Brings Cross-Strait Relations to a Crossroads

By Chieh-chi Hsieh
Even more than Tsai’s landslide re-election, the outbreak spells major trouble for the CCP’s unification agenda.

Covering All the Bases: How Taiwan Opened Its Baseball Season Amid COVID-19
April 24, 2020

Covering All the Bases: How Taiwan Opened Its Baseball Season Amid COVID-19

By Bo-jiun Jing
Taiwan is one of the few countries still playing live sports. Here’s how its pro baseball league made that happen.
Taiwan President Apologizes After 28 Navy Sailors Infected in COVID-19 Cluster
April 22, 2020

Taiwan President Apologizes After 28 Navy Sailors Infected in COVID-19 Cluster

By Nick Aspinwall
Tsai Ing-wen vowed an investigation into Taiwan’s military, which lawmakers suspect failed to report COVID-19 cases on board a vessel returning from Palau.

Global Health Security: A Call for Taiwan’s Inclusion
April 21, 2020

Global Health Security: A Call for Taiwan’s Inclusion

By Chen Shih-chung
Taiwan’s minister of health makes the case for the country’s inclusion in the WHO.

Taiwan’s Baseball, Basketball Leagues Back in Action as the World Watches
April 17, 2020

Taiwan’s Baseball, Basketball Leagues Back in Action as the World Watches

By Nick Aspinwall
The country’s top baseball and basketball leagues are holding games without fans, a sign of its success in controlling the spread of the coronavirus.

Taiwan’s Health Diplomacy Didn’t Start With the COVID-19 Crisis
April 16, 2020

Taiwan’s Health Diplomacy Didn’t Start With the COVID-19 Crisis

By Marcin Jerzewski and Kuan-Ting Chen
Despite diplomatic exclusion, Taiwan has worked to provide wide-scale humanitarian assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic -- and beyond.
Tsai Rejects Accusations Taiwan Attacked WHO Chief, Invites Him to Visit
April 10, 2020

Tsai Rejects Accusations Taiwan Attacked WHO Chief, Invites Him to Visit

By Nick Aspinwall
Tedros claimed racist slurs directed toward him had originated in Taiwan, allegations which were rejected by Taiwan’s president and its foreign ministry.

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