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Taiwan- India Relations During COVID-19

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  • October 26, 2020

    Associate Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Prashant Kumar Singh’s article ‘COVID 19: New Prospects for India-Taiwan Relations’, has been published by CSSAME Viewpoints, Issue 1, October 2020

    Cooperation is a value. It needs to be strengthened for social progress. Basing India-Taiwan cooperation on the negative premise of countering China will serve no meaningful purpose, as such an exercise will invariably be taken over by strategic affairs commentators whereby substantial discussions on cooperation will be lost. Impractical geopolitical inspirations and justifications for cooperation merely satisfy strategic analysts’ vanity… Thus, this positive sentiment re-emphasizes that both India and Taiwan have enough common developmental space that they can cooperatively nurture. COVID-19 has given an opportune moment for the two democracies to explore new avenues for sustainable and mutually beneficial cooperation, particularly in the health sector, writes Dr. Singh.

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