by School of Law, University of Maryland .
Written in English
Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies
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The External Relations and International Status of Hong Kong. Authors. Ting Wai. Recommended Citation. Wai, Ting, "The External Relations and International Status of Hong Kong," Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Since Octo Included in. Asian Studies Commons, International Relations Commons. Share. COinS. Follow. Journal Cited by: 3. This article originates from, Hong Kong’s sub-sovereign status and its external relations, in Aspects of Sovereignty: Sino-Swedish Reflections, Sevastik, P. (ed.) (Stockholm, Raoul Wallenberg Institute, ), p. . The present chapter considers the external dimension of autonomy and advocates effective use of international support for Hong Kong’s unique status. As with the internal dimension, the focus will be on the successful implementation of the ‘one-country, two systems’ formula under the Joint : Michael C. Davis. The External Relations and International Status of Hong Kong By Ting Wai Topics: Hong Kong, Asian Studies, International RelationsAuthor: Ting Wai.
status as a centre of international and regional aviation. BL to , in turn, provide for the policy of free trade and for the HKSAR as a separate customs territory. Just as important are the other provisions of the Basic Law which authorize the HKSAR to handle a wide range of external affairs. External Affairs under the Basic Law. Hong Kong's International Status Economics and politics are often intertwined a wider western conspiracy to put pressure on China through 'peaceful evol-ution'.2 Hong Kong's international status is clearly a highly sensitive issue. With an outwardly oriented and open economy, Hong Kong's stability andCited by: Abstract. This is an attempt to clarify some of the problems in analyzing Hong Kong's international status. It approaches the complex set of questions on the territory's international position by looking at three inter-related aspects: first, conceptual questions concerning Hong Kong's status as a non-sovereign international actor in the context of international relations theory; second, the Cited by: More information about Hong Kong is available on the China Country Page and from other Department of State publications and other sources listed at the end of this fact sheet. U.S.-HONG KONG RELATIONS. In , China resumed the exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong, ending more than years of British colonial rule.
Reorienting Hong Kong’s external relations 29th December, Author: Kalvin Fung, Waseda University After more than six years of negotiations (including a failed attempt  to become part of the ASEAN–China free trade agreement) Hong Kong has finally signed  the long-awaited ASEAN–Hong Kong free trade agreement (AHKFTA). The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region may on its own, using the name ""Hong Kong, China"", maintain and develop relations and conclude and implement agreements with. Reorienting Hong Kong’s external relations. Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, and signal the loss of the city’s agency as an actor in international relations. These are all valuable agents to promote Hong Kong’s status as ‘Asia’s world city’. Reorienting Hong Kong’s external relations 29 December Author: Kalvin Fung, Waseda University. After more than six years of negotiations (including a failed attempt to become part of the ASEAN–China free trade agreement) Hong Kong has finally signed the long-awaited ASEAN–Hong Kong free trade agreement (AHKFTA).