July 31, 2020
Hong Kong Crisis: How Far Will China Go?
By Toru Kurata
An emerging New Cold War?
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.
September 05, 2017
China’s Quiet Drive to Normalize Repression
By Arch Puddington
Leaders in Beijing have avoided opprobrium for appalling actions on their behalf.
October 07, 2016
China-Thailand Relations in the Spotlight with Activist Deportation
By Shawn W. Crispin
A recent incident has raised questions about how beholden Bangkok is to Beijing.
June 05, 2016
Forty-Five Minutes With Joshua Wong
By Elizabeth Economy
The author meets with the well-known Hong Kong activist.
February 17, 2016
A Fishball Revolution and Umbrella Soldiers: The Battle for Hong Kong's Soul
By Linda van der Horst
In Hong Kong, fears over a lost identity are manifesting in very different ways.
July 31, 2015
Asia’s ‘Unruly’ Children
By James Buchanan
Understanding cultural hegemony in Asia highlights the difficulties faced by young progressives fighting for change.
December 10, 2014
Beijing Is Winning the Battle But Losing the War in Hong Kong
By Ling A. Shiao
The protesters may be exhausted, but China’s problems with Hong Kong most definitely remain.
October 31, 2014
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, China vs. Ebola, the Hong Kong protests, and your guide to talking about maritime disputes. Friday China links.
October 10, 2014
Hong Kong’s Protesters: A House Divided
By David Volodzko
Student groups may have derailed Occupy Central, but Friday’s government talks could be a reset.