November 30, 2019
America’s New Hong Kong Human Rights Act May Be Provocative, But It’s Not Surprising
By Joe Renouard
The law fits squarely within both the hawkish turn in China policy specifically and the tradition of U.S. human rights policymaking generally.
August 08, 2019
US Lawmakers Are Watching Hong Kong, and China Isn’t Happy About That
By Shannon Tiezzi
After a series of statements from Congress members supporting the protesters, China's Foreign Ministry claps back.
June 25, 2019
Hong Kong Extradition Law: The Fallout
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Ho-Fung Hung.
June 21, 2019
Hong Kong Needs China, and It Needs the World Too
By He Jun
Hong Kong's prosperity depends on its unique relationship to the rest of the world.
December 01, 2018
China’s Crackdown on Hong Kong’s Freedoms Is Bad for Business
By Joel Sandhu and Jill van de Walle
Limiting the impact of the U.S.-China trade war will involve upholding the unique status of Hong Kong.