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Amid Violent Clashes, Hong Kong Government Tells Protestors to Disperse
October 03, 2014
Amid Violent Clashes, Hong Kong Government Tells Protestors to Disperse
The Hong Kong police and government called for Occupy protestors to go home as counter-demonstrations turned violent.
Amid Violent Clashes, Hong Kong Government Tells Protestors to Disperse
Hong Kong’s Chief Secretary Will Meet With Protestors
October 03, 2014
Hong Kong’s Chief Secretary Will Meet With Protestors
Hong Kong's Chief Executive CY Leung held a press conference to announce his government's response to protests.
Hong Kong’s Chief Secretary Will Meet With Protestors
Why CY Leung’s Days Could be Numbered
October 01, 2014
Why CY Leung’s Days Could be Numbered
With few options, China could sell CY Leung out to restore order in Hong Kong.
Why CY Leung’s Days Could be Numbered
China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
August 29, 2014
China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
Details of the draft suggest Beijing is holding to a hard-line stance in the face of pan-democrat opposition.
China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
Hong Kong Debates Democracy
December 04, 2013
Hong Kong Debates Democracy
Hong Kong's debates over universal suffrage reflect a larger identity crisis in the Special Administrative Region.
Hong Kong Debates Democracy
One Country, Two Systems: Human Rights in Hong Kong
March 12, 2013
One Country, Two Systems: Human Rights in Hong Kong
Beijing has said Hong Kong can directly elect its leaders from 2017. Will they hold to the promise?
One Country, Two Systems: Human Rights in Hong Kong
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