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Title: Hong Kong's Economic Path and Its Strategic Value for China and Britain, 1946-56: A Rational-Strategic Approach
Authors: Chan, Cheuk-Wah
Keywords: rational-strategic perspective;China-Britain relations;Hong Kong's economic policy;the Cold War
Date: 1997-06
Issue Date: 2016-09-22 15:13:03 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Hong Kong's growth and prosperity as a British colony alongside a strongly anti-imperialist China appears paradoxical. Yet, this paradox reveals the fundamental rational-strategic relations that existed between China and Britain in the Cold War era and how they influenced Hong Kong's economic development. Thus, this article uses a rational-strategic approach in examining Hong Kong's unique characteristic as a strategic arena with different meanings for different agents. Its main theme is contextualizing the colony's economic path and domestic economic policy orientation by relating them with the rational considerations of the Chinese and British governments.
Relation: Issues & Studies,33(6),88-112
Data Type: article
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