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North Korea Is Not East Asia’s Only Flashpoint
September 26, 2018

North Korea Is Not East Asia’s Only Flashpoint

By Rachel Xian
Nuclear issues may dominate headlines, but don’t ignore the building crisis in Hong Kong.
China’s Hardened Stance on Hong Kong and Taiwan
April 04, 2018

China’s Hardened Stance on Hong Kong and Taiwan

By Johan Englund
Dark days are ahead for Hong Kong and Taiwan as Beijing's hardline strategy continues.

Beijing Sets A Harsh Tone for Hong Kong in the ‘Two Sessions’
March 09, 2018

Beijing Sets A Harsh Tone for Hong Kong in the ‘Two Sessions’

By Charlotte Gao
Beijing purposefully downplays Hong Kong’s “autonomy” and highlights “zero tolerance” for Hong Kong independence.

Beijing’s Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Hong Kong
December 18, 2017

Beijing’s Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Hong Kong

By Charlotte Gao
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam gives her annual report to Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing.

Hong Kong in Xi Jinping’s 'New Era'
November 01, 2017

Hong Kong in Xi Jinping’s 'New Era'

By Jinrui Xi
As long as Hong Kong steers clear of secession, its autonomy will remain intact.
Hong Kong Bookseller Released, But Still in Mainland China
October 28, 2017

Hong Kong Bookseller Released, But Still in Mainland China

By Charlotte Gao
Bookseller Gui Minhai had been kept in custody on the Chinese mainland for two years.

China's 2017 Work Report: Changes on Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Global Order
March 07, 2017

China's 2017 Work Report: Changes on Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Global Order

By Han Ze
Subtle changes in official rhetoric may have big ramifications in policymaking.
Report: Hong Kong Human Rights Situation Worst Since 1997
January 11, 2017

Report: Hong Kong Human Rights Situation Worst Since 1997

By Cal Wong
According to Amnesty International, Hong Kong's human rights are at their lowest ebb since the return to Chinese rule.

Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
June 20, 2016

Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels

By Cal Wong
A startling tell-all press conference by one of the disappeared booksellers sparks protests in Hong Kong.

Lancôme Becomes Collateral Damage in China-Hong Kong Row
June 09, 2016

Lancôme Becomes Collateral Damage in China-Hong Kong Row

By Cal Wong
The company faces outrage in Hong Kong after seemingly giving in to criticism from Chinese media.

All Eyes on China’s Enforcer in Hong Kong
May 17, 2016

All Eyes on China’s Enforcer in Hong Kong

By Cal Wong
Zhang Dejiang will be the first Chinese state leader to visit Hong Kong since President Hu Jintao in 2012.

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