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Former Xinjiang Security Official Takes Charge of Hong Kong Garrison
January 12, 2022

Former Xinjiang Security Official Takes Charge of Hong Kong Garrison

By Associated Press
Maj. Gen. Peng Jingtang’s move to Hong Kong underlines the government’s focus on anti-terrorism in the city – something critics say is a smokescreen for cracking down on dissent.

Another News Site Shuts in Hong Kong
January 03, 2022

Another News Site Shuts in Hong Kong

By Huizhong Wu and Zen Soo
Beijing’s crackdown on dissent in the former British colony has led to the closure of independent news outlets and the removal of monuments to dissent.
Hong Kong Police Raid Pro-Democracy News Outlet, Arrest 6
December 29, 2021

Hong Kong Police Raid Pro-Democracy News Outlet, Arrest 6

By Associated Press
Stand News was one of the most vocal pro-democracy news outlets in Hong Kong after the closure of the newspaper Apple Daily in June.

People Fleeing Hong Kong Crackdown Get Temporary US Haven
August 06, 2021

People Fleeing Hong Kong Crackdown Get Temporary US Haven

By Ben Fox
The measure allows Hong Kongers currently residing in the U.S. to live and work in the country for 18 months.

Security Chief Named Hong Kong’s No. 2 Official Amid Clampdown
June 25, 2021

Security Chief Named Hong Kong’s No. 2 Official Amid Clampdown

By Associated Press
The move came the day after the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was forced to close its doors.

Hong Kong’s Embattled Apple Daily to Close by Saturday
June 23, 2021

Hong Kong’s Embattled Apple Daily to Close by Saturday

By Zen Soo and Matthew Cheng
The newspaper's parent company said that it would close due to "the current circumstances prevailing in Hong Kong."

Beijing’s Tried-and-Tested Plan to Hollow out Hong Kong’s Legislature
June 09, 2021

Beijing’s Tried-and-Tested Plan to Hollow out Hong Kong’s Legislature

By Simon Shen
The PRC has a long history of remaking institutions, but keeping up the language and appearance of the past.
Hong Kong’s New Police State
June 01, 2021

Hong Kong’s New Police State

By Victoria Tin-bor Hui
Beijing is establishing a police state in Hong Kong – even if it risks destroying the international city.

What Hong Kong’s Legislative Reforms Mean for the City
March 17, 2021

What Hong Kong’s Legislative Reforms Mean for the City

By Brian Wong
Parsing the motivations, and implications, of Beijing's plan to overhaul Hong Kong's electoral and legislative structures.

5 Steps Joe Biden Should Take to Confront the China Challenge
December 05, 2020

5 Steps Joe Biden Should Take to Confront the China Challenge

By Joey Siu
China is a looming threat to international order. U.S. leadership in confronting the issue has never been more important.

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.

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