"Withdrawals from international organizations do not destroy them if the remaining members can agree on common goals. Sometimes it may even lead to a vitalization, provided that fundamental differences over the policies of the international organization can be settled."

Nele Kortendiek | Researcher at the Chair of International Relations

On May 29, President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal of the United States from the World Health Organization (WHO) - The first sign of the end of the WHO? Quite the contrary, state ZU researchers Prof Dr Lisbeth Zimmermann and Dr Nele Kortendiek from the Chair of International Relations in the digital research magazine of Zeppelin University (ZU) Friedrichshafen.

They even see a chance in the diplomatic disturbance.

ZU|Daily article "USA, WHO, SOS?" (German version)

Time to decide

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