National security Law / National Anthem Legislation

Hong Kong facing ‘Tiananmen Square’ moment – as plea is made for UN intervention

UN intervention in Hong Kong is now a matter of urgency to “prevent the horror of a Tiananmen Square 2.0 incident” a specialist has said.

China’s growing belligerence is only hurting itself

The Hong Kong security law speaks of a power whose main problem is loneliness.

Religious leaders join condemnation of Beijing’s new national security law for Hong Kong

We Are Hong Kong

May 31, 2020 Chris Patten

With his recent decision to impose a draconian new security law on Hong Kong, Chinese President Xi Jinping has ridden roughshod over the Joint Declaration and directly threatened the city’s freedom. Defenders of liberal democracy must not stand idly by.

To stay or go? Meet the Hong Kong protesters who fled to Canada to seek asylum

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