Uncertain Future: Taiwan-Hong Kong-China Relations After Hong Kong's Return to Chinese Sovereignty

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Ch'ui-liang Chiou, Leong H. Liew
Ashgate, 2000 - Political Science - 288 pages
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The papers in this volume address the issue of Taiwan-Hong Kong-China (PRC) relations in the aftermath of the return of Hong Kong to China. The examine the development of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong in the light of its return to Chinese sovereignty and compare nationalist with democratic management of PRC-Taiwan relations. They explore Taiwan's emerging democracy and its impact on Taiwan-PRC relations exploring PRC's efforts at reunification. A historical account of Taiwan-Hong Kong relations is provided, including projections for the possible future direction of these relations. Freedom of the press is also examined in the context of PRC-Hong Kong relations, along with a look at the contributing factors in the development of an emerging Taiwanese identity and a study of the implication of the reversion of Hong Kong to Chinese rule for Taiwan, PRC and the Asia-Pacific region as a whole.

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Democratic versus Nationalist Management of Taiwan Straits
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Tripartite Relations and the PRCs New Reunification Efforts

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