Richard C. Bush's Untying the Knot
Making Peace in the Taiwan Strait
The six review essays in this book review roundtable from Asia Policy 2 (July 2006) are followed by a response essay from the author.
(K)not Yet Untied: Comments on Richard Bush’s Untying the Knot
Tied Up Across the Taiwan Strait
A Rapidly Changing Military Balance: A National Security Perspective on Richard Bush’s Untying the Knot
Gordius in the Strait: A New Taiwan and an Impatient China
Reflections on the Legal Aspects of Untying the Knot
Did Beijing Really Misunderstand Lee Teng-Hui and Chen Shui-Bian?
Steven M. Goldstein
Richard C. Bush
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