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China‘s Response to US Hong Kong Democracy Act Shows Deep Insecurities
December 09, 2019

China‘s Response to US Hong Kong Democracy Act Shows Deep Insecurities

By Ankit Panda
Chipping away at Hong Kong’s status in retaliation will only vindicate the U.S. move.

Hong Kong’s Protests: Look Beyond Tiananmen 2.0
December 06, 2019

Hong Kong’s Protests: Look Beyond Tiananmen 2.0

By Victoria Tin-bor Hui
A fuller understanding of the two episodes suggests that the protests today have moved beyond any kind of sequel to the events of 1989.
Chinese Spy Defects to Australia Offering a Trove of Security and Intelligence Information
November 27, 2019

Chinese Spy Defects to Australia Offering a Trove of Security and Intelligence Information

By Joshua Mcdonald
Wang “William” Liqiang told Australia’s Nine Network that he’d been working as a Chinese spy.

Pro-Democracy Camp Wins Landslide in Hong Kong District Elections
November 25, 2019

Pro-Democracy Camp Wins Landslide in Hong Kong District Elections

By Hugh Bohane
Hong Kongers voted in large numbers in weekend district-level elections. The pro-democracy camp won in a landslide.

Hong Kong: The New Berlin Wall
November 13, 2019

Hong Kong: The New Berlin Wall

By Benedict Rogers
China is home to two “firewalls.” One must be demolished; the other protected.

A Conversation on Hong Kong
October 30, 2019

A Conversation on Hong Kong

By Luke Hunt
Luke Hunt speaks to RTHK broadcaster Annemarie Evans.

Taiwan and Hong Kong Spar Over Fate of Recently Freed Murder Suspect
October 24, 2019

Taiwan and Hong Kong Spar Over Fate of Recently Freed Murder Suspect

By Nick Aspinwall
Hong Kong and Taiwan disagree on how to handle the potential return of Chan Tong-kai, wanted for murder in Taiwan.
Inside Hong Kong’s Leaderless Uprising
October 24, 2019

Inside Hong Kong’s Leaderless Uprising

By Magnus Ag
Young Hong Kongers, with dreams of democracy, continue their grotesquely uneven battle against Beijing. 

China’s Corporate Social Credit System Demands Political Obedience from Companies
October 24, 2019

China’s Corporate Social Credit System Demands Political Obedience from Companies

By Daniel Rechtschaffen
The primary purpose of the social credit system may not be to censor companies, but censorship is undoubtedly within its scope.

Friends from Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Refugee Problem
October 23, 2019

Friends from Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Refugee Problem

By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
Hong Kongers looking for asylum in Taiwan are hostage to the island’s 2020 presidential politics.

Can Beijing and Hong Kong Rejuvenate ‘One Country, Two Systems’?
October 18, 2019

Can Beijing and Hong Kong Rejuvenate ‘One Country, Two Systems’?

By Brian Wong
The "one country, two systems" principle has structural limitations that merit addressing.
Blizzard and Mei: Makings of Online Protest
October 12, 2019

Blizzard and Mei: Makings of Online Protest

By Layne Vandenberg
The Overwatch character Mei is taking center stage as online support for the Hong Kong protests overflows.

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