The Politics of Cross-border Crime in Greater China: Case Studies of Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macao (Google eBook)

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M.E. Sharpe, 2009 - Political Science - 265 pages
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Organized crime has been on the rise in the Greater Chine region since the People's Republic opened up its economy and society in the mid-1980s. This book provides a detailed and comprehensive study of how the state at the central and local levels has responded to the changing patterns and activities of cross-border crime in Greater China.
  

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Contents

Introduction
3
1 Types and Patterns of Transborder Crime in Greater China
18
2 The PRC State Response at National Provincial and Local Levels
70
3 CrossBorder Crime and the Postcolonial State in Hong Kong
104
4 Response of the Postcolonial State in Macao
131
5 Espionage and Terrorism
154
6 Intergovernmental and Regional Cooperation
169
7 Conclusion
187
Notes
199
Glossary
229
Bibliography
231
Index
235
About the Author
246
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