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Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2020) 53 (4): 136–154.
Published: 01 December 2020
...Samson Yuen; Edmund W. Cheng United front work has long been an important tool through which the Chinese Communist Party exercises political influence in Hong Kong. While existing works have revealed the history, actors, and impact of united front work in this semiautonomous city, few studies have...
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Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2020) 53 (4): 68–90.
Published: 01 December 2020
...Brian C. H. Fong Hong Kong’s autonomy within China is akin to a house built on sand. This article examines how Hong Kong’s autonomy has weathered the waves over the years by adopting a news events analysis approach, documenting the Hong Kong government and the CCP-state’s divergence from...
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Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2020) 53 (4): 41–67.
Published: 01 December 2020
...Yan-ho Lai; Ming Sing In 2019, what began in Hong Kong as a series of rallies against a proposal to permit extraditions to mainland China grew into a raft of anti-authoritarian protests and challenges to Beijing’s grip on the city. Given the gravest political crisis confronting Hong Kong in decades...
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Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2020) 53 (4): 91–117.
Published: 01 December 2020
... or cooperate? Using disaggregate election data from Hong Kong, we conduct a systematic analysis of the intra-elite dynamics in elections. We find that the ruling coalition in Hong Kong has strived to suppress intra-camp competition in order to optimize nominations and vote division. We also find, however...
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Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2020) 53 (4): 2–21.
Published: 01 December 2020
...Ming Sing This article aims to identify the causes that underlie the mass participation in anti-authoritarian protests of Hong Kong in 2019. The research draws from the perceived performance approach and social learning approach and uses survey data to explain the mass participation. Four variables...
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Communist and Post-Communist Studies (1999) 32 (4): 417–436.
Published: 01 December 1999
...Richard Baum From 1982, when the Chinese government first signalled its intention to take back Hong Kong, to the actual transfer of sovereignty in 1997, the PRC engaged in a long-term campaign to “win friends and influence people” in the British colony. Hoping to prevent a large-scale flight...