EAST - WEST DIALOGUE

Vol. VI , No.1 May 2001

Identity and Transition: Hong Kong and Gibraltar, Taiwan, Israel


Contributors to this Issue

Sonny Lo (Hong Kong): The Sino-British Settlement for Hong Kong and the Anglo-Spanish Dispute over Gibraltar: Comparisons, Implications and Solutions
Gilles Guiheux (Paris): Business Networks in Taiwan and their Political Implications
August Pradetto (Hamburg): Israelis and Palestinians: The Dilemma of National Identity

 


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Editor:  Werner Meissner
Editorial Board Bernard Cassen, University of Paris VIII 
Cheng Chung-ying, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 
Murray Forsyth, University of Leicester 
Peter Opitz, University of Munich
Karl-Heinz Pohl, University of Trier 
Herbert Tsang, Hong Kong Baptist University 
Chan Kwok Bun, Hong Kong Baptist University
Ting Wai, Hong Kong Baptist University 
Herbert Yee, Hong Kong Baptist University
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