Human Rights Development in the First 20 Years of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (pp. 575-616)

Emile Kok-Kheng, Yeoh, Joseph, Yu-Shek Cheng, Yiu Chong, Kwong
An International Journal (CCPS)   unpublished
In this survey of the two decades since Hong Kong's return to the motherland, the author chooses to focus on the performance of the economy, Beijing's policy towards the territory and the development of the pro-democracy movement. These three variables probably have the most important impact on Hong Kong's political and social stability and its challenges ahead. Abstract Have human rights been improved since the establishment of the Hong
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