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Alan Romberg quoted in China Review News on Tsai Ing-wen’s speech

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In the assessment community in Washington October 10 (Reporter Yu Donghui) Tsai Ing-wen after the “Double Ten” speech, the United States well-known Taiwan expert Romberg (Alan Romberg) the first time on the assessment agency said that as people should not expect Tsai Ing-wen will clearly accepted the “Nine two consensus “and” one China “, as people should not expect Beijing will abandon the” one China “or change” promise against Taiwan independence “. However, Tsai Ing-wen speech least “maintaining the status quo more positive sense” and “Two ruling party should put down the burden of history unfold healthy dialogue” two Zhidezhuyi. Although Cai speeches and Beijing’s response did not change the fundamentals of cross-strait relations, but Romberg hoped the two sides to continue their efforts to find middle ground, at least stabilize cross-strait situation. 

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