National security Law / National Anthem Legislation

Who’ll tame the Chinese dragon? After its ruthless clampdown on Hong Kong, CLIVE HAMILTON reveals Beijing wants a life-and-death battle with the West

U.S., Britain raise Hong Kong at U.N. Security Council, angering China

China’s ‘nervous’ Xi risks new Cold War, last Hong Kong governor says

Three million Hong Kong residents ‘eligible’ for UK citizenship

Home Office decision infuriates Chinese government and could risk backlash among traditional Tory voters

Let Hongkongers Immigrate to the West—And other Victims of Chinese Government Oppression, too

China’s growing crackdown on Hong Kong has inspired calls for the West to allow Hong Kongers to migrate here. They should indeed be allowed to do so – and the same right should be extended to other victims of Chinese government oppression.

The European Union’s Hong Kong crisis

What could losing US ‘special status’ mean for Hong Kong?

What lies behind Beijing’s imposition of a national security law in Hong Kong? Fear, not arrogance

  • China’s leaders are facing challenges on multiple fronts – from the economy to global criticism of their handling of Covid-19
  • Beijing believes that another summer of protests in Hong Kong and what it perceives as hostile US activities in the city cannot be tolerated

‘Without Freedom and Democracy What’s the Point in Living?’The New Law Presenting a Grave Threat to Hong Kong

Beijing has fatally undermined the image of a self-governing and stable Hong Kong

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