Democracy in Hong Kong
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The following discussion proposes to assess the history of Hong Kong in terms of political culture and democracy. Initially, the country's famed role as an Asian Tiger in the period from 1960 to 1990 is explored. The anti-democratic bias of the national economic strategy is outlined. Then events surrounding the handover itself and subsequent political events are assessed. Next, this summer's election of the 'election committee' is examined. Finally, Hong Kong's culture of dynamism, dialectic and diversity will be examined.
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