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Rethinking “One Country, Two Systems”(2021_2_40_004)


There are two types of “one country, two systems” policies: one that China conceived of for “peaceful unification” with Taiwan, and one that has been applied to Hong Kong and Macau. This study focuses on the differences between and problems with these two policies and considers the political actors, including China, the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement, Taiwan, the United States, and the United Kingdom. It aims to clarify the process through which the trust of the international community in the “one country, two systems” policy has been damaged by the Hong Kong National Security Law enacted in June 2020.


April 2021 - March 2023

Leader of the Research Project

Takeuchi, Takayuki


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