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Autonomy Without Democracy Is Proving Unsustainable in Hong Kong
March 24, 2020

Autonomy Without Democracy Is Proving Unsustainable in Hong Kong

By Brian C.H. Fong
It’s time to bring back universal suffrage into the agenda.
Where Does China’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Stand in 2020?
February 13, 2020

Where Does China’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Stand in 2020?

By Derek Grossman
The framework for governing Hong Kong and Macau – and, Beijing hopes, one day Taiwan – is battered but unbroken.

Beijing’s New Man in Hong Kong
January 09, 2020

Beijing’s New Man in Hong Kong

By Eleanor Albert
Luo Huining is the new Liaison Office chief. Does that signal a new approach from Beijing toward the Hong Kong unrest?

Hong Kong’s Looming 2047 Question
January 01, 2020

Hong Kong’s Looming 2047 Question

By Brian Wong
The protests that began in 2019 are actually centered on a date nearly 30 years into the future.

Beijing Is Still Sticking by Carrie Lam
December 17, 2019

Beijing Is Still Sticking by Carrie Lam

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's top leaders, including Xi Jinping, signaled support for the embattled Hong Kong chief executive.
How Hong Kong’s District Council Elections Offer a Way out of the Political Crisis
November 27, 2019

How Hong Kong’s District Council Elections Offer a Way out of the Political Crisis

By Brian Wong
The District Council elections provide both the mandate and opportunity to come to a compromise.

Explaining China’s Assertive Approach to the Hong Kong Protests
November 26, 2019

Explaining China’s Assertive Approach to the Hong Kong Protests

By Jo Kim
The CCP’s hardline on Hong Kong risks a global backlash, but it is in line with the Party’s central goal: survival.
The Future of Hong Kong’s Autonomy
October 29, 2019

The Future of Hong Kong’s Autonomy

By Brian C.H. Fong
How will China and the West respond to the Water Revolution?

High-Profile Arrests, Protest Ban Mark New Phase in Attempt to Quell Hong Kong Protests
August 30, 2019

High-Profile Arrests, Protest Ban Mark New Phase in Attempt to Quell Hong Kong Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Hong Kong government doubles down on its current approach: clamping down on the protests and pro-democracy leaders.

China Rotates New Troops Into Hong Kong Amid Mass Protests
August 30, 2019

China Rotates New Troops Into Hong Kong Amid Mass Protests

By Ken Moritsugu and Yanan Wang
Chinese officials called the move a routine annual rotation, but it raised fresh worries about the possible use of force.

Battle-Ready: The PLA’s Hong Kong Garrison
August 16, 2019

Battle-Ready: The PLA’s Hong Kong Garrison

By Bonnie Girard
Will China cross the Rubicon by sending its military to Hong Kong?
Hong Kong: The Orchid and the Great Stone Wall
August 15, 2019

Hong Kong: The Orchid and the Great Stone Wall

By Ben Lowsen
The more tightly Beijing grasps Hong Kong, the more its control slips.

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