China Condemns EU Parliament’s Resolution on Hong Kong’s Shrinking Freedoms
By Kanis Leung
The EU body overwhelmingly adopted a resolution citing the deterioration of Hong Kong’s freedoms since the imposition by Beijing of a sweeping national security law in 2020.
China Raids Offices of Business Consultancy Capvision
By Associated Press
The investigation is part of an ongoing crackdown on foreign businesses that provide sensitive economic data.
Foreign Companies in China Face Growing Scrutiny, Pressure
By Joe McDonald
New crackdowns are a jarring backdrop for official efforts to reverse a decline in foreign business interest in China.
China’s Securitization of Genetic Research
By Patrick Beyrer
The largest block to Sino-global public health collaboration is China’s own legislative push against it.
China’s New White Paper Lays out Vision for Post ‘Reunification’ Taiwan
By Shannon Tiezzi
For the first time, Beijing leaves open the possibility of an extended military occupation after unification, adding to fears that Taiwanese would be subject to a “re-education” campaign.
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.
Victoria Hui on Hong Kong’s Troubled Future
By Shannon Tiezzi
“The new national security law is worse than Article 23 and extradition legislation combined.”
Taiwan Says It Will Draft Plan to Help Hong Kongers as National Security Law Looms
By Nick Aspinwall
Beijing's plan to impose a national security law on Hong Kong has reopened a debate over how Taiwan should help Hong Kongers intending to seek asylum or residency.
Beijing’s National Security Messaging on Hong Kong
By Eleanor Albert
China is defending its plans for Hong Kong with a fervent PR blitz.
Hong Kong and China’s National Security
By Jin Kai
Shouldn’t national security be universal and equal?
The People's Republic of the Disappeared
By Michael Caster
From black jails to residential surveillance, Beijing has been trying to normalize enforced disappearances for a decade.
China's New 'Cybersecurity' Rules Look Like Cyberprotectionism Instead
By Huan Zhu
China's new laws on cybersecurity are no better than trade protectionism in a new guise.