Workers collect surgical masks from a production line at a factory in Taoyuan, Taiwan, on April 6. The Taiwanese government has engaged in a campaign of ‘mask diplomacy’ in recent months in an attempt to raise its international standing. Photo: Reuters Workers collect surgical masks from a production line at a factory in Taoyuan, Taiwan, on April 6. The Taiwanese government has engaged in a campaign of ‘mask diplomacy’ in recent months in an attempt to raise its international standing. Photo: Reuters
Workers collect surgical masks from a production line at a factory in Taoyuan, Taiwan, on April 6. The Taiwanese government has engaged in a campaign of ‘mask diplomacy’ in recent months in an attempt to raise its international standing. Photo: Reuters
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Letters | Mask diplomacy gives Taiwan delusions about its international status

  • The Taiwanese government remains misguided about its geopolitical position and has failed to discern the limitations of its ‘Taiwan Can Help’ strategy, leading to unrealistic goals and an inability to devise pragmatic foreign policy

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Workers collect surgical masks from a production line at a factory in Taoyuan, Taiwan, on April 6. The Taiwanese government has engaged in a campaign of ‘mask diplomacy’ in recent months in an attempt to raise its international standing. Photo: Reuters Workers collect surgical masks from a production line at a factory in Taoyuan, Taiwan, on April 6. The Taiwanese government has engaged in a campaign of ‘mask diplomacy’ in recent months in an attempt to raise its international standing. Photo: Reuters
Workers collect surgical masks from a production line at a factory in Taoyuan, Taiwan, on April 6. The Taiwanese government has engaged in a campaign of ‘mask diplomacy’ in recent months in an attempt to raise its international standing. Photo: Reuters
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