- Title Pages
- List of Tables
- 1 Patron-Client Pluralism and Beijing's Relations with Hong Kong
- 2 The Mainlandization of Hong Kong
- 3 The Politics of Judicial Autonomy
- 4 The Emergence of Constitutional Conventions<sup>1</sup>
- 5 The Implementation of the Basic Law
- 6 Identity Change from the National Security Debate to Celebrations of the Tenth Anniversary
- 7 The Election of the Hong Kong Deputies to the National People's Congress
- 8 A Fusion of Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong Political Cultures in the 2007 Chief Executive Election
- 9 Applying the Spirit of “One Country, Two Systems” to Taiwan's Political Future
- 10 Conclusion
- The Dynamics of Beijing-Hong Kong Relations
- Hong Kong University Press
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