This article analyzes the 1984 UK-PRC agreement which returned Hong Kong to China, and argues that this unique experiment, involving fundamentally dissimilar societies, will permit Hong Kong to flourish and that the PRC must respect the terms of the agreement for sound economic, political, and diplomatic reasons.





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