Hong Kong Protest 2019

Democracy Digest: Why China will be in ‘fragile position’ in 2021

Activist Ai Weiwei, who had to leave China because of his dissent with the government policies, told CNN-News18 in an exclusive interview (above) that the country will be in a fragile position next year. He said that nationalism was very recent in...

Hong Kong’s Long View

The struggle over Hong Kong seems headed toward stalemate. But while the Hong Kongers can tolerate not winning in the short term, the CCP is worried that they are not losing. The mass protests in Hong Kong ignited by the Extradition Law Amendment Bill (ELAB) have been...

On Hong Kong, put American Principles First, Mr. President – Bonnie Leung, Jianli Yang, Aaron Rhodes

By Bonnie Leung, Jianli Yang and Aaron Rhodes The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act now awaiting signature on President Trump's desk is among the most symbolically and substantively consequential pieces of foreign policy legislation in recent years.  He must...

Hong Kong Civil Human Rights Front’s Urgent Appeal to International Society

The Hong Kong Government Must De-escalate the Current Situation to Avoid Bloodshed Dear Friends in the World, Hong Kong, a modern and civilised metropolitan, is now under humanitarian crisis. 88% of the population have suffered from tear gas. The Hong Kong police have...