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At Political Impasse, Hong Kong Needs Compromise
December 17, 2014

At Political Impasse, Hong Kong Needs Compromise

By Tim Summers
The longer term interests of Hong Kong and its people would be best served by pragmatic progress.
Chinese President Xi Won't Back Down on Hong Kong Elections
September 23, 2014

Chinese President Xi Won't Back Down on Hong Kong Elections

By Shannon Tiezzi
Meeting with a business delegation from Hong Kong, Xi Jinping made it clear Beijing does not intend to compromise.

Don't Overdo the Pessimism on Hong Kong Reforms
September 22, 2014

Don't Overdo the Pessimism on Hong Kong Reforms

By Nicholas Gordon
Unless Beijing actually does what outside critics fear, it doesn’t help to act like Hong Kong’s reform process is over.

The Perils of Hong Kong’s Constitutional Changes
September 21, 2014

The Perils of Hong Kong’s Constitutional Changes

By Kin-ming Kwong and Chiew Ping Yew
Calling Beijing’s restrictive framework ‘political reform’ is a misnomer.

The Economic Impact of Hong Kong’s Political Crossroads
September 07, 2014

The Economic Impact of Hong Kong’s Political Crossroads

By Sara Hsu
Constraints on Hong Kong’s political future could well have economic repercussions.
Hong Kong's Democrats Should Accept the NPC’s Election Plan
September 05, 2014

Hong Kong's Democrats Should Accept the NPC’s Election Plan

By Dingding Chen
A deal is better than no deal — Rome was not built in a day.

Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream
September 04, 2014

Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream

By Yang Hengjun
Beijing's approach to Hong Kong is a blow to larger hopes for Chinese democracy.
The Battle for the Soul of Hong Kong
September 03, 2014

The Battle for the Soul of Hong Kong

By Alvin Y. H. Cheung
Beijing’s hardline stance has set the stage for a dramatic showdown with Hong Kong’s democrats.

China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections
August 29, 2014

China Drafts Rules for Hong Kong Elections

By Shannon Tiezzi
Details of the draft suggest Beijing is holding to a hard-line stance in the face of pan-democrat opposition.

'Occupy Central' Opens Referendum on Reforming Hong Kong's Democracy
June 21, 2014

'Occupy Central' Opens Referendum on Reforming Hong Kong's Democracy

By Shannon Tiezzi
An unofficial referendum on how to set up direct elections in Hong Kong opened to voters, to Beijing's dismay.

Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections
May 10, 2014

Beijing’s Choice and Hong Kong’s Elections

By Yang Hengjun
Beijing can better achieve its goals by allowing free elections in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Debates Democracy
December 04, 2013

Hong Kong Debates Democracy

By Shannon Tiezzi
Hong Kong's debates over universal suffrage reflect a larger identity crisis in the Special Administrative Region.

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