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New American Century and U.S. Committee for Hong Kong

By Woolsey, R. James

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Title: New American Century and U.S. Committee for Hong Kong  
Author: Woolsey, R. James
Language: English
Subject: Political science., Philosophy & politics, Politics & international relations
Collection: New American Century Collection
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Publisher: The Project for the New American Century

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Excerpt: No population has expressed a greater desire for democracy than have the people of Hong Kong, through elections, opinion polls and peaceful demonstrations. No population is more prepared to enjoy the rights and undertake the responsibilities of democracy than the people of Hong Kong. Far from leading to chaos, as the Chinese government has suggested, democracy will provide Hong Kong with the good governance needed for stability and economic prosperity. Democracy is the only way to ensure freedoms of association, expression, religion and the press.


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