Hong Kong protests

September 23, 2019

‘Good’ vs ‘Bad’ Nationalism in Asia

By Amitai Etzioni
The task of keeping nationalism civic, rather than aggressive and authoritarian.

September 06, 2019

Why the Mutually Assured Destruction Rhetoric in Hong Kong Is Dangerous

By Brian Wong
To pull Hong Kong back from the edge, all potentially influential parties must act – with strategic savvy.
September 04, 2019

Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests

By Katie Tam
Is it too little, too late?

September 04, 2019

In Hong Kong, The World of Suzie Wong Became a War Zone

By Bonnie Girard
Over the weekend, protesters took over Wanchai District in Hong Kong.

September 01, 2019

Hong Kong’s Summer of Unrest

By Jessie Lau
Five years after the Umbrella Movement, Hong Kong is once again in the midst of revolution and reclaiming.

August 31, 2019

The Path to Reconciliation in Hong Kong

By Brian Wong
Hong Kong could take a leaf from Macron’s “Great National Debate.”
August 30, 2019

High-Profile Arrests, Protest Ban Mark New Phase in Attempt to Quell Hong Kong Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Hong Kong government doubles down on its current approach: clamping down on the protests and pro-democracy leaders.

August 30, 2019

China Rotates New Troops Into Hong Kong Amid Mass Protests

By Ken Moritsugu and Yanan Wang
Chinese officials called the move a routine annual rotation, but it raised fresh worries about the possible use of force.

August 28, 2019

The Root Cause of Hong Kong’s Woes (Hint: It's Not China)

By Chandran Nair
Hong Kongers do not trust their government to defend their interests, whether against Beijing, big business, or anyone else.

August 26, 2019

Hong Kong: The Anatomy of a Protest

By Bonnie Girard
Things started peacefully – the chaos came later.

August 21, 2019

2 Months on, Hong Kong Remains Defiant

By Adryel Talamantes
Hong Kong's protests show no signs of slowing down as the movement enters its 11th week.
August 20, 2019

Twitter Reveals China's Influence Campaign Targeting Hong Kong Protests

By Tami Abdollah
It’s the first instance of a U.S. social media company identifying a Chinese government-run disinformation campaign.

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