POLITICO Examines Countries’ Proposals To Reform WHO

POLITICO: Countries plot changes to World Health Organization once pandemic recedes
“…While many world leaders disagree with Trump’s attempts to make the WHO a scapegoat for the early spread of the coronavirus in 2020, they acknowledge the multilateral organization needs changing. Now, Germany, France, and Chile are signaling they agree on many of the changes the U.S. is seeking at the WHO, even as the Americans head for the exit. POLITICO reviewed reform proposals from the U.S., France and Germany, and Chile, which concur on several points…” (Paun et al., 10/2).

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