No logic to Taiwan’s exclusion from ICAO assembly
Taiwan provides services to more than 72 million passengers annually, serving as an integral hub for travellers and trade in East Asia.
The International Civil Aviation Organization council chamber, pictured in 2013, when Taiwan was last invited to participate in the assembly. Beyond setting policies and standards, ICAO develops and communicates vital information between countries during contingencies such as global pandemics, write Winston Wen-yi Chen and Mario Ste-Marie. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons