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Trouble on China’s Periphery: The Stability-Instability Paradox
August 18, 2020

Trouble on China’s Periphery: The Stability-Instability Paradox

By David Skidmore
Today's Chinese nationalism is built on CCP loyalty and Han culture and identity – and thus leaves out a large number of China’s people.

Hong Kong Is the First Casualty of the New Cold War
August 14, 2020

Hong Kong Is the First Casualty of the New Cold War

By Brian Wong
Hong Kong – the first battleground where East meets West – has already been drastically changed.
The Road to ‘Red Hong Kong’?
August 11, 2020

The Road to ‘Red Hong Kong’?

By Shin Kawashima
Hong Kong’s traditional role is changing.

China’s Legal Blitzkrieg in Hong Kong
August 08, 2020

China’s Legal Blitzkrieg in Hong Kong

By Ming-Sung Kuo
Beijing’s putsch in Hong Kong through legislation is executed in a way that maximum shock and awe can be felt in the world.

Did COVID-19 Really Give China a Strategic Advantage?
July 22, 2020

Did COVID-19 Really Give China a Strategic Advantage?

By Denny Roy
For China, the pandemic was more burden than opportunity. 

Beijing’s Plan for a Post-National Security Law Hong Kong
July 10, 2020

Beijing’s Plan for a Post-National Security Law Hong Kong

By Brian Wong
Beijing will be hoping to address Hong Kong's socioeconomic issues while keeping a tight leash on political changes.

America’s Hong Kong Approach Does More Harm Than Good
July 06, 2020

America’s Hong Kong Approach Does More Harm Than Good

By Jin Kai
Washington intends to signal its resolve to Beijing, but Hong Kong is not reliant on U.S. goodwill.
Hong Kong and the National Security Law: Why Now?
June 15, 2020

Hong Kong and the National Security Law: Why Now?

By Simon Shen
The realist calculations behind Beijing’s so-called “second reunification” with Hong Kong.

National Security Laws in General Are Not a Problem. Hong Kong’s Is.
June 05, 2020

National Security Laws in General Are Not a Problem. Hong Kong’s Is.

By Larry C. B. Lai and Debby S. W. Chan
Many countries have national security laws. The central question lies in whether the laws primarily protect national security or suffocate civil and political liberties.

China Moves to Quell Hong Kong Protests With Security Law
May 28, 2020

China Moves to Quell Hong Kong Protests With Security Law

By Zen Soo and Ken Moritsugu
The decision allowing Beijing to craft a national security law for Hong Kong sailed through the National People’s Congress on Thursday.

The US No Longer Considers Hong Kong Autonomous. What Does That Mean?
May 28, 2020

The US No Longer Considers Hong Kong Autonomous. What Does That Mean?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The announcement has huge ramifications, but its actual impact is not yet clear.
Beijing’s National Security Messaging on Hong Kong
May 28, 2020

Beijing’s National Security Messaging on Hong Kong

By Eleanor Albert
China is defending its plans for Hong Kong with a fervent PR blitz.

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