Should US Get Tougher on China Over Hong Kong or Use Other Approach?

Voice of America

One step that the U.S. should take is to work with Britain to seek international legal recourse for China’s actions by virtue of London’s status as a party to the Sino-British Joint Declaration, some analysts say.


Candidate Certification Is the Latest Blow to Hong Kong Democracy

Suzanne Pepper

The latest twist in Hong Kong's electoral woes opens a debate on the difference between self-determination and independence.


The Umbrella Movement and Hong Kong’s LegCo Election

Ho Ming-sho

Among many other things, the Umbrella Movement represented a generational revolt in which young Hong Kongers’ economic frustrations were a noticeable driving force for protest participation.


The LegCo Elections and the Political Ecology of the New Territories

Eric Siu-kei Cheng

How the 2016 LegCo election became a critical moment of the 30-year-long agricultural development and movement in Hong Kong.


Another Post-Occupy Election

Suzanne Pepper

An analysis of Hong Kong before, during, and after the city's recent elections.


Hong Kong Election Results: A Challenge to China's Immutability

Merriden Varrall

Unless Beijing quickly and radically changes its approach to winning over Hong Kong hearts and minds, it will be an enormous challenge for the government to convince the population that its interests are best served by being part of China.


ANALYSIS: Spotlight on Hong Kong Independence

Suzanne Pepper

'Now that the independence argument is being so clearly articulated in Hong Kong, Beijing can’t pretend anymore that it doesn’t understand what people here are talking about.'


Hong Kong's Loyalty Oath: Gambling Again on Ambiguity

Suzanne Pepper

As if they hadn’t created enough trouble for themselves in Hong Kong, Beijing leaders seem to be banking again on the dubious benefits of ambiguity.

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