June 2000
International Law Update;Jun2000, Vol. 6, p91
Focuses on the United States (U.S.) Second Circuit's consideration of whether Hong Kong, China fits definition of `foreign government.' Review of a Hong Kong extradition request; Treatment of U.S.-Hong Kong extradition agreement as `treaty'; Possible inclusion of subsovereign authorities.


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