Christopher Snowdon writes for the Daily Telegraph
Donald Trump’s withdrawing of funding from the World Health Organisation could kick start long overdue reform and “[the] WHO should promise to drop its obsessions with political correctness and the nanny state and return to its core mission of tackling infectious disease without fear or favour”,
says Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Christopher argues reform is needed “when the eyes of the world” are on the WHO and that whatever Donald Trump’s motivations, the threat of losing funding gives the WHO reason to cooperate.
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