Australia will extend the time students, graduates and skilled workers from Hong Kong can stay in the country. But it is not clear what "pathways to permanent residency" really means.
Hong Kong still has a competitive advantage over mainland Chinese rivals for international commerce.
Much is still unknown about how the new national security law will be used in Hong Kong – a deliberate strategy by China. Beijing's intention, though, is clear: make dissent all but impossible.
The US may want to rethink its anti-China policy as Beijing's focus on providing international coronavirus aid and digital and health care investments seems to be working.
Why a new Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China of MPs from 11 countries is a step in the right direction.
The cherished legal rights that Beijing seeks to suppress in Hong Kong were established, in part, by Vietnamese asylum-seekers who fought for their freedom in court in the 1980s.
Has the British offer of citizenship to Hongkongers violated the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration?
Hong Kong's currency is pegged to the US dollar, which offers an opportunity to increase public spending and placate protestors.
The decision of China's ruling council to impose a national security law on Hong Kong goes against the territory's own mini-constitution.
US President Donald Trump says he'll respond 'very strongly' if China follows through with its draft national security law in Hong Kong. Beijing, though, is prepared for a potential new cold war.
When a government's health messaging during a crisis is inconsistent or unrealistic, it engenders the kind of confusion, misinformation and non-cooperation seen in the US and UK.
Buildings with lots of occupants such as tower blocks and hospitals could be a hidden risk in the battle against COVID-19.
Improving the China-Canada diplomatic relationship is fraught with hurdles, but it's not impossible. At minimum, we must understand the root cause of the problem from multiple vantage points.
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First seen in Prague in 1980, a form of public protest and free expression has spread throughout Hong Kong and around the world.
Fears that Beijing will renege on autonomy promises is only encouraging calls for independence from mainland China.
The biggest risk is Britain's desire to stand alone in the world.
Hong Kong protesters deeply identify with nature, a reference to the current environmental crisis but also a fluid conception of collective action that is inscribed in ancient Chinese tradition.
People get angry far more often than they rebel. And rebellions rarely become revolutions. An expert on the French Revolution explains why today's protest movements are different.
Revolutions are built not on deep misery but on rising expectations. History may not provide much hope of immediate change in Hong Kong – but protesters may have a longer view.