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Despite being shut out of WHO, Taiwan has largely succeeded in containing the coronavirus. Even as it faces a second wave of infections, it is helping other countries—and bolstering its soft power in the process.
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Terrence Lyons is an Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution at the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University.