Kevin Lane discusses the tension existed between China's traditional claim to sovereignty over Hong Kong. He believes that on historical track record China has the capacity for flexibility on Hong Kong that would enable arrangements about its future to work successfully.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Note on Romanization -- The Hong Kong Question -- Emerging Chinese Nationalism and Hong Kong, 1912–1927 -- The Nationalist Government and the Struggle for Hong Kong's Return -- The People's Republic: Anti-Imperialism and British Colonialism -- Modernization, Reunification and the PRC's Hong Kong Policy After Mao -- One Country, Two Systems: An Agreement on Hong Kong's Future -- 1997 and Beyond
Kevin P. Lane