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The State Department’s renewed support for Taiwan comes days after U.S. President Joe Biden signed into law a bill that directs the secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the WHO.
World Health Organization prides itself on promoting inclusive health care for all of humanity, but Taiwan is excluded from the circle.
This is the second year in a row that Taiwanese journalists have been denied access to the world's largest heath policy meeting.
China’s refusal to allow Taiwan into the world’s biggest annual health meeting has ironically resulted in Taiwan becoming the center of attention, says a Taiwan researcher who was at the forum in Geneva.
Not all Taiwanese have been excluded from attending the World Health Assembly this year. One Taiwanese researcher who will be at the meeting in Geneva explains why gaining “observer” status is not all it is cracked up to be, and why Taiwan needs a new strategy that does not rely on its unguaranteed status at the WHA.
Here we go again: Taiwan’s participation in international organizations continues to be undermined and blocked by Beijing.