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Hong Kong Arrests Spark Fears of Crackdown
April 20, 2020

Hong Kong Arrests Spark Fears of Crackdown

By Associated Press
The U.S. and U.K. condemned the arrests of democracy activists over the weekend.

The World Must Respond to Hong Kong’s Latest Politicized Arrests
March 06, 2020

The World Must Respond to Hong Kong’s Latest Politicized Arrests

By Benedict Rogers
Arresting mainstream politicians and a media mogul for peaceful protest marks a sharp escalation in the assault on Hong Kong’s freedoms.
Hong Kong Needs the World’s Help
April 03, 2019

Hong Kong Needs the World’s Help

By Benedict Rogers
The steady erosion of freedoms is too serious for Hong Kongers to deal with alone.

How to 'Rewrite the Hong Kong Story'
November 10, 2018

How to 'Rewrite the Hong Kong Story'

By Shannon Tiezzi
An interview with Christine Loh and Richard Cullen on their new book.

Lawfare Waged by the Hong Kong Government Is Crushing the Hopes of Democrats
May 15, 2018

Lawfare Waged by the Hong Kong Government Is Crushing the Hopes of Democrats

By Benedict Rogers
In Hong Kong, the law is being used to intimidate opponents, disqualify lawmakers, and limit freedom of expression.

Why Do Hong Kong Football Fans Boo the Chinese National Anthem?
November 14, 2017

Why Do Hong Kong Football Fans Boo the Chinese National Anthem?

By Jin Kai
Once again, the national anthem is greeted by boos during a football match in Hong Kong.

Human Rights Under Siege in Hong Kong
June 30, 2017

Human Rights Under Siege in Hong Kong

By Mabel Au
Beijing has signaled its intent to curtail freedom of expression and judicial independence in Hong Kong.
US Considers Bill to Ensure Hong Kong’s Basic Freedoms
November 22, 2016

US Considers Bill to Ensure Hong Kong’s Basic Freedoms

By Cal Wong
The bill would allow for sanctions on individuals responsible for rights violations in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Teachers Warned Not to Discuss Independence
August 26, 2016

Hong Kong Teachers Warned Not to Discuss Independence

By Cal Wong
Hong Kong's government tells educators they are breaking the law by advocating for independence.

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