The Politics of Cross-border Crime in Greater China: Case Studies of Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macao
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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1 Types and Patterns of Transborder Crime in Greater China
2 The PRC State Response at National Provincial and Local Levels
3 CrossBorder Crime and the Postcolonial State in Hong Kong
4 Response of the Postcolonial State in Macao
5 Espionage and Terrorism
6 Intergovernmental and Regional Cooperation
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