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Alan Romberg Cited In Taipei Times On Beijing

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Unless Beijing significantly reduces the size and scope of its military threat, Washington will feel compelled to approve major new weapons sales to Taiwan “at various times in the future,” a report from the Carnegie Endowment said.

 

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Written by 10 authors, including Carnegie China expert Michael Swaine and Stimson Center East Asia program director Alan Romberg, the report says it remains unclear if “over time” Beijing will decide that it needs to use force to bring about unification.

 

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