Policy Paper

Addressing the Taiwan Question: The U.S. Role

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With regards to U.S. policy towards the Taiwan Strait, Alan Romberg argues that the important point is to determine U.S. interests and to be consistent.  That consistency may not always be comfortable for Americans in political or other terms.  But if it serves the U.S. interest, which includes the preservation and strengthening of peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait, then we can live with that discomfort.

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