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Managing China's Sovereignty in Hong Kong and Taiwan

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Is China always defensive about its sovereignty issues? Does China see sovereignty essentially as 'absolute,' 'Victorian,' or 'Westphalian?' Sow Keat Tok suggests that Beijing has a more nuanced and flexible policy towards 'sovereignty' than previously assumed. By comparing China's changing policy towards Taiwan and Hong Kong, the author relates the role of previous conceptions of the world order in China's conception of modern 'sovereignty', thereby uncovers Beijing's deepest concern when dealing with its sovereignty issues.

Auteur

Sow Keat Tok



Résumé
Is China always defensive about its sovereignty issues? By comparing China's changing policy towards Taiwan and Hong Kong, the author relates the role of previous conceptions of the world order in China's conception of modern 'sovereignty', thereby uncovers Beijing's deepest concern when dealing with its sovereignty issues.

Contenu
Introduction: Renegotiating China's Sovereignty in Contemporary Politics 1. China and the Concept of Sovereignty 2. Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk: 'Sovereignty' in China's Academia 3. Imagining One Sovereign: 'Sovereignty' in China's Political Discourse 4. Accommodating Two Governances under One Sovereignty: HKSAR's Domestic Sphere and International Space 5. China's Management of Taiwan's International Space Conclusion: Revisiting the Assumption on China's Behaviour towards Sovereignty Issues

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Managing China's Sovereignty in Hong Kong and Taiwan
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781137263834
ISBN: 978-1-137-26383-4
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Médias et communication
nombre de pages: 225
Poids: 431g
Taille: H20mm x B224mm x T146mm
Année: 2013
Auflage: 2013

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