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China’s Crackdown on Hong Kong’s Freedoms Is Bad for Business
By Joel Sandhu and Jill van de Walle
Limiting the impact of the U.S.-China trade war will involve upholding the unique status of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong's Voice of Discontent
By Luke Hunt
Economic realities shake China's 20-year hold on an old colony.
Hong Kong's Green Finance Bonanza
By Magda Tsakalidou
Green finance could be the next foundation for Hong Kong's economy.
Hong Kong in US-China Relations: Autonomy and Identity
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Bernard Charnwut Chan.
What Hong Kong Reveals About ASEAN’s Economic Future
By Luke Hunt
The signs don’t look all that good.
Why Did Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement Fail?
By Tyler Y. Headley and Cole Tanigawa-Lau
The key to a successful protest in Hong Kong: economic pressure.
Hong Kong: A City on the Edge
By Xie Tao
What has gone wrong in the "Pearl of the Orient"?
Hong Kong's Leader: Universal Suffrage Threatens Business Interests
By Shannon Tiezzi
Chief Executive CY Leung said that universal suffrage could turn Hong Kong into a welfare state.
The Economic Impact of Hong Kong’s Political Crossroads
By Sara Hsu
Constraints on Hong Kong’s political future could well have economic repercussions.