'Su offers not only a first-hand account of Taiwan’s relationship with mainland China, but also a sensible analysis of one of the most complicated relationships of our times' - Survival 2009
'It is a rigorous study by a perceptive mind analyzing events in which the author played a major part. The book would be useful alone for the wealth of the first-hand information, but since Su, as a chief advisor on national security, now has the ear of the president, it is invaluable as a window on the rationale of the ruling party's approach to cross-strait relations.' - Robert Green, Taiwan Review, March 2009
"Recommended. For Research and professional collections." - CHOICE, Aug. 2009 Vol. 46 No. 11
Su Chi is currently Secretary-General of National Security Council, Taiwan. Prior to this was a Legislator in Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan and the Chairman of its National Defense Committee and formerly taught full-time at Chengchi University and Tamkang University. Between 1993-2000 he served in the ROC Government as cabinet- level Chairman of Mainland Affairs Council and Deputy Secretary-General of the President’s Office.