Security Commentaries The SIDS are positioning themselves as drivers for climate action in the international effort to combat global warming. Lina Laur, Taiwan Center for Security Studies St. Lucia Embassy hosts ceremony on climate change cooperation with TCSS (Source: Embassy of Saint Lucia in Taiwan) The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report released … Continue reading Multi-Vulnerability Index for SIDS and Developing Countries: Way Forward to COP 27
Taiwan and Global Health: Challenges to International Membership
President Tsai-Ing Wen expresses gratitude for Taiwan supporters despite another failed attempt to be included in WHA meeting. Angelo Brian T. Castro Source: Tsai-Ing Wen’s Social Media Post (@iingwen) Since 2019, Taiwan was declared by Numbeo’s Health Care Index, the world's largest database of user-contributed data about cities and countries worldwide, as the best healthcare … Continue reading Taiwan and Global Health: Challenges to International Membership
Build Back Better World (B3W), Like-Minded Nations of the World Unite?
TCSS Security Commentaries #018 TAIWAN, AS A LIKE-MINDED PARTNER AND A PRIVATE-SECTOR STRONGHOLD IN ASIA, WOULD AT FIRST GLANCE SEEM LIKE A STRONG CANDIDATE PARTAKING IN THE WASHINGTON-LED B3W. WHETHER THIS PREMISE HOLDS TRUE WILL LIKELY HANG IN THE BALANCE OF BILATERAL DEVELOPMENTS ACROSS THE TAIWAN STRAIT, IF AT ALL. Richard Chen and Jaime Ocon, … Continue reading Build Back Better World (B3W), Like-Minded Nations of the World Unite?