The human rights of the people of Taiwan is not a matter to be determined or voted by the WHO Secretariat nor the Member States, for its violation against the WHO’s Constitution and the idea of “health for all.
Congress has the right to oversee US-Taiwan relations through such a confirmation process
Facing growing Chinese diplomatic assertiveness and military aggressiveness against Taiwan, the Senate should retake its central role in selecting the US’ top diplomat in Taiwan.
The time is now for the U.S. Government to proactively challenge that One China Principle and rethink support for the U.S. “One China Policy.
Diseases know no borders, and Taiwan’s needless exclusion from global health cooperation increases the dangers presented by global pandemics.
In an article dated January 11, former co-chair of the Congressional Taiwan Caucus and a long-time supporter and friend of Taiwan, Rep. Chabot expressed shock about the threats China strongman Xi Jinping directed at Taiwan during his New Year address.