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Opinion | BY SUSAN KORAH | November 1, 2021
Steven Guilbeault, Canada’s new minister of the environment and climate change, could take concrete action, by writing to the UNFCCC secretariat to support Taiwan’s full participation, writes Susan Korah. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SUSAN KORAH | November 1, 2021
Opinion | BY SUSAN KORAH | November 1, 2021
Steven Guilbeault, Canada’s new minister of the environment and climate change, could take concrete action, by writing to the UNFCCC secretariat to support Taiwan’s full participation, writes Susan Korah. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SUSAN KORAH | June 2, 2021
Taiwan’s unfortunate absence at the World Health Assembly, which closed on May 31,  highlights the disproportionate influence that the Communist Party of China continues to wield on the World Health Organization, and on the decisions of Western democratic governments, writes Susan Korah. World Health Organization photograph by Christopher Black
Opinion | BY SUSAN KORAH | June 2, 2021
Opinion | BY SUSAN KORAH | June 2, 2021
Taiwan’s unfortunate absence at the World Health Assembly, which closed on May 31,  highlights the disproportionate influence that the Communist Party of China continues to wield on the World Health Organization, and on the decisions of Western democratic governments, writes Susan Korah. World Health Organization photograph by Christopher Black
FeatureBY DAVID KILGOUR, SUSAN KORAH | September 18, 2018
The United Nations General Assembly will fill with world leaders attending its opening later this month. But Taiwan won’t be in the hall, as it’s not recognized as a country by the UN. United Nations photograph by Loey Felipe
FeatureBY DAVID KILGOUR, SUSAN KORAH | September 18, 2018
FeatureBY DAVID KILGOUR, SUSAN KORAH | September 18, 2018
The United Nations General Assembly will fill with world leaders attending its opening later this month. But Taiwan won’t be in the hall, as it’s not recognized as a country by the UN. United Nations photograph by Loey Felipe