Project Details

Hong Kong - Taiwan relations in the CY Leung administration: End of Strategic Ambiguity?

The relations between Hong Kong and Taiwan have always been strategically ambiguous because of the sensitivity of cross-Strait relations. During the colonial age, through its special status, when cross-Strait relations were strained, the role of Hong Kong was considerably significant. However, 20 years since the handover, Hong Kong’s role has only been partially successful, and the relations between Hong Kong and Taiwan have been limited so far. This project aims at initially exploring the predicament of Hong Kong–Taiwan relations from the Hong Kong perspective during the Leung Chun Ying era.

Commencement Date : 2018/3
Completion Date : 2019/3
Chief Investigator(s) : Dr LAW, Kam Yee 羅金義 [SSC]
Keyword(s) : Hong Kong-Taiwan relations   CY Leung administration   Strategic ambiguity   Cross Strait relations  





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