Academic Journal of “One Country, Two Systems” (English Edition)

 

  Author
On “National Consciousness” of the Basic Laws of the Special Administrative Regions HAN Dayuan
Successful Practice of “One Country, Two Systems” and Building New Public Authorities IEONG Wan Chong
Four-Point Reflection on Firm Confidence in “One Country, Two Systems” RONG Kaiming
The Form of Chinese State Structure Reflected in the Basic Laws WANG Yu
The Effect of the “One Country, Two Systems” Policy on the State Structure and its Constitutional Significance LI Yanping
Multidimensional Analysis on the Integrity of the “One Country, Two Systems” Concept LENG Tiexun
The Exploration of the Scientific Connotation of the “One Country, Two Systems” Principle ZHUANG Jinfeng
On the Accountability of the Chief Executive to the Central Authorities and the SAR JIANG Hua
The Executive Authorities and the Legislature in the Political Structure of the Hong Kong SAR Albert Hung Yee CHEN
A Research on the Value Objectives of the Executive-led Structure of the SAR: Taking the Hong Kong SAR as an Example ZHU Shihai
On Supervision Power in the Executive-Legislative Relationship LOK Wai Kin
A Comparative Study on the Relations of the Executive to the Legislature and the Judiciary in the Hong Kong SAR and the Macao SAR SONG Xixiang
A Brief Analysis of the Indirect Election System of the Legislative Council from the Perspective of Pluralism HO Man Ieng
Probe into the Issue of Interpretation of the Basic Laws CHONG Chan Chan
The Political Participation of Macao Residents and Proper Participation Channels YIN Yifen
Development of Social Security Regulated under the Macao Basic Law CHAN Wai Tan
Language Problems and Correct Understanding of the Macao Basic Law LEONG Sok Man
On the Goal and the Path of the Optimization of Macao’s Industrial Structure CHE Sei Tak
Commentary on the 15-year Administration by the Macao SAR Government JI Chaoyuan