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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.

Taiwan Politicians Continue to Align Themselves With Hong Kong Protestors
July 05, 2019

Taiwan Politicians Continue to Align Themselves With Hong Kong Protestors

By Nick Aspinwall
Protestors in Hong Kong demanding the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill find a reliable ally in Taiwan.
Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill and Taiwan’s Sovereignty Dilemma
June 26, 2019

Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill and Taiwan’s Sovereignty Dilemma

By Ming-Sung Kuo
How a Hong Konger’s death put Taiwan in a difficult spot amid the storm over Hong Kong’s extradition bill.

Hong Kong Extradition Law: The Fallout
June 25, 2019

Hong Kong Extradition Law: The Fallout

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Ho-Fung Hung.

Hong Kong Protests: How Did We Get Here?
June 21, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: How Did We Get Here?

By Florence Mok
The origins and development of mass protests against the extradition bill.

China Blinks on Hong Kong – This Time
June 17, 2019

China Blinks on Hong Kong – This Time

By Ken Moritsugu
The larger divide between the central government and the semi-autonomous city remains.

Violence Erupts During Latest Anti-Extradition Protest in Hong Kong
June 12, 2019

Violence Erupts During Latest Anti-Extradition Protest in Hong Kong

By Christopher Bodeen
Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse crowds but protesters insist they won't give up.
Hong Kong Protests: The View From Taiwan
June 12, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: The View From Taiwan

By James X. Morris
Hong Kong’s massive protests could be a bellwether for Taiwan’s 2020 presidential election.

Hundreds of Thousands Join Hong Kong Protest Against Extradition Law. Will It Matter?
June 11, 2019

Hundreds of Thousands Join Hong Kong Protest Against Extradition Law. Will It Matter?

By Christopher Bodeen and Yanan Wang
A massive protest against the proposed bill filled Hong Kong streets, but the government signals it won’t change course.

Hong Kong Protests Proposed Extradition Law
April 29, 2019

Hong Kong Protests Proposed Extradition Law

By Associated Press
Tens of thousands took to the streets, many carrying umbrellas in a nod to a previous 2014 protest movement.

Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights
April 10, 2019

Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights

By Eleanor Albert
Proposed changes, which would smooth extraditions to the mainland, must be seen in the broader context of Hong Kong-mainland relations.
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.

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