China's National Security: Endangering Hong Kong's Rule of Law?

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China's National Security: Endangering Hong Kong's Rule of Law? / De Londras, Fiona (Editor); Chan, Cora (Editor).

Hart Publishing, 2020. 304 p.

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De Londras, F., & Chan, C. (Eds.) (Accepted/In press). China's National Security: Endangering Hong Kong's Rule of Law? Hart Publishing.

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