Gentle into that Good Night?: Sources of Resilience in Hong Kong’s Politico-Legal Culture
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AbstractThis chapter critiques analyses by Swati Jhaveri, Michael Davis, Margaret Ng and P.Y. Lo on the potential strengths and weaknesses of Hong Kong's core political institutions in relation to national security initiatives. It examines the decline of the Basic Law as a source of liberal resilience in the face of rights-restricting national security laws or policies. It then examines the potential of the common law and civil society as liberal constitutionalist safeguards in Hong Kong.
Acceptance Date18/06/2018
All Author(s) ListCHOPRA Surabhi
All Editor(s) ListCora Chan, Fiona de Londras
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Book titleChina’s National Security: Endangering Hong Kong’s Rule of Law?
Year2020
PublisherHart
Place of PublicationOxford, UK
Pages199 - 208
ISBN978-1-50992-815-6
eISBN978-1-50992-818-7
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsnational security, China, Hong Kong, rule of law

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