Taiwan’s Opportunities and Challenges During the Pandemic: Domestic Politics, Foreign Relations, and Global Health Strategies

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This seminar goes beyond the clichés about Taiwan’s handling of COVID-19. It is not just about creating a narrative of Taiwan’s success or how that narrative is being suppressed in the international community. Instead, it invites experts from the medical humanities, political science, and diplomacy to help us critically examine the curious case of Taiwan.

Date: Tuesday, 25 May 2021, 9-11 CEST

Time: 10-12 am Helsinki Time (9-11 am Copenhagen Time (CEST); 8-10 am London Time)

Register here by Friday, 21 May 2021

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