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Kurt M. Campbell"Richard Bush has written . . . on perhaps the most vexing and complex foreign policy issue confronting the United States in the Asia-Pacific region. Expertly tracing the current conundrum through its many historical routes, [he] illuminates the sometimes bizarre logic that animates the cross-strait dynamic. His commonsensical contemplations on how to manage this volatile problem should be essential reading for any would-be practitioner or interested observer of modern Asian politics. . . . [This] book could not be more timely or important for an American confronting the new realities of the 'Pacific Century.'"
—Senior vice president, Center for Strategic and International Studies, and former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Asia and the Pacific