Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-233) and index.
Types and patterns of transborder crime in greater China -- The PRC state response at national, provincial, and local levels -- Cross-border crime and the postcolonial state in Hong Kong -- Response of the postcolonial state in Macao -- Espionage and terrorism -- Intergovernmental and regional cooperation.
Organized crime has been on the rise in the Greater Chine region since the People's Republic opened up its economy and society in the mid-1980s. This book provides a detailed and comprehensive study of how the state at the central and local levels has responded to the changing patterns and activities of cross-border crime in Greater China.
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