One overarching thing that we’ve been talking about is that your vision of digital democracy is all about connecting people, connecting communities. If you think of the international scale, though, of Taiwan, for example, in the UN – or not in the UN – and its multi laterals: the WTO, the WHO… Taiwan is very isolated. It’s only recognized by 15 countries: Swaziland, The Marshall Islands, Tuvalu… It’s not very connected. It’s not recognized by a lot of countries. How do you deal with that paradox?

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