Articles by Ho-fung Hung
- China's Rise Stalled?
- Paper-Tiger Finance?
Uncertainty in the Enclave
NLR 66, November-December 2010, pp. 55-77in
Subjects: China , Political Theory and Strategy
Portrait of Hong Kong’s contested political scene. With democratizing reforms blocked by an entrenched alliance of CCP and local magnates, an increasingly radical populace seeks to break the deadlock. Might the PRC’s hyper-capitalist region be its weakest link?Read this article or download a PDF file
Also available in Spanish
America’s Head Servant?
NLR 60, November-December 2009, pp. 5-25in
Subjects: China , World Economy and Globalization
Against predictions that China will soon replace the US as the world’s dominant economic power, Hung Ho-fung argues that the PRC’s export-oriented growth and vast dollar reserves have trapped it in a subordinate role—to which much of its elite remains committed.Read this article or download a PDF file
Also available in Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Norwegian