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Alan Romberg is cited in The China Post on pressure from US on Taiwanese student protest

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DPP denies report of pressure from US

AIPEI, Taiwan — The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) yesterday refuted hints from local media that United States officials have been exerting pressure on the party regarding its role in the ongoing student protest movement.

The analysis on the front page of the United Evening News cited alleged excerpts from five US officials and academics: Richard Bush, former chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), Alan Romberg, a professional on cross-strait affairs, Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel, David Brown, former acting chairman of the AIT and Rupert Hammond, the president of the US-Taiwan Business Council.

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