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China Commemorates Hong Kong’s Basic Law by Restricting It
May 30, 2017
China Commemorates Hong Kong’s Basic Law by Restricting It
China's number three leader promises increased control over Hong Kong.
China Commemorates Hong Kong’s Basic Law by Restricting It
China Bars Pro-Independence Legislators in Hong Kong
November 07, 2016
China Bars Pro-Independence Legislators in Hong Kong
Hong Kong erupted with more violent protests as the decision came down.
China Bars Pro-Independence Legislators in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Electoral Commission Shutters Independence Parties
August 01, 2016
Hong Kong Electoral Commission Shutters Independence Parties
Two candidates are disqualified from competing in upcoming Legislative Council elections.
Hong Kong Electoral Commission Shutters Independence Parties
Chinese President Xi Won't Back Down on Hong Kong Elections
September 23, 2014
Chinese President Xi Won't Back Down on Hong Kong Elections
Meeting with a business delegation from Hong Kong, Xi Jinping made it clear Beijing does not intend to compromise.
Chinese President Xi Won't Back Down on Hong Kong Elections
China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
August 29, 2014
China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
Details of the draft suggest Beijing is holding to a hard-line stance in the face of pan-democrat opposition.
China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
With Protests Looming, Beijing Promotes Its Vision for Hong Kong
June 11, 2014
With Protests Looming, Beijing Promotes Its Vision for Hong Kong
With the planned Occupy Central movement drawing near, Beijing claims ultimate political control over Hong Kong.
With Protests Looming, Beijing Promotes Its Vision for Hong Kong
Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections
May 10, 2014
Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections
Beijing can better achieve its goals by allowing free elections in Hong Kong.
Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections
Hong Kong Debates Democracy
December 04, 2013
Hong Kong Debates Democracy
Hong Kong's debates over universal suffrage reflect a larger identity crisis in the Special Administrative Region.
Hong Kong Debates Democracy
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