In Hong Kong: No Celebration, ‘Only a National Tragedy’
By Alexandra Radu
Hong Kong entered its 17th week of protests with violent clashes and an increased riot police presence in the streets.
Tensions Over Pro-Independence Posters at a Hong Kong University Escalate
By Charlotte Gao
Multiple student unions jointly declare their intentions to defend the freedom of speech.
When the Umbrella Closes: Hong Kong’s Embattled Democratic Movement
By Maeve Whelan-Wuest
The slow erosion of Hong Kong’s civil and political rights has reached a pivotal juncture.
Hong Kong Legislature Descends Into Chaos
By Cal Wong
Politicians from both the protest movement and the pro-Beijing camp fueled a combative swearing-in ceremony.
2 Years Later: A Look Back at Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement
By Cal Wong
The 2014 protests left a lasting legacy of distrust for the government and the police.
Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, One Year Later
By Su-Mei Ooi and Megan Day
A year on, what can we learn from Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement?
How China Assesses Civil Disobedience in Cyberspace
By Greg Austin
Many Chinese scholars equate civil disobedience with the color revolutions much feared by the Chinese leadership.