Bhutan’s Health Minister on Navigating the Pandemic as a Small State
By Bansari Kamdar
Dechen Wangmo, the 44-year-old health minister of Bhutan and the newly elected president of the World Health Assembly, shares her goals for advancing world health.
Taiwan and the WHO: Ambassador Stanley Kao
By Shannon Tiezzi
As the WHA opens, Taiwan's top representative in the United States talks about his country's representation in the global health body.
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 Picks Up International Support After Being Barred from World Health Assembly
By Nick Aspinwall
The World Health Organization has declined to invite Taiwan for the third consecutive year at the behest of Beijing.
Taiwan Seeks to Share Its Advances in Digital Healthcare
By Chen Shih-Chung
Taiwan can help countries around the world achieve the goal of universal health coverage by 2030.
China Continues to Block Taiwan in the International Arena
By Gerrit van der Wees
Chinese pressure successfully bars Taiwan from joining the World Health Assembly.
WHO Déjà Vu: Taiwan Not Invited to World Health Assembly
By DD Wu
WHA says cross-strait understanding between China and Taiwan is the basis for invitation
Can Pakistan’s Health Star Turn the WHO Around?
By Grace Guo
A closer look at the profile of Sania Nishtar.