Louisa Lim’s ‘haunting testimonial’ to Hong Kong reveals a politically engaged and dynamic civil society beneath the surface of an unrelenting reign of terror.
Foreign judges have served on Hong Kong’s court of final appeal since 1997, but the national security law is changing that.
The resurgence of sedition laws is having a devastating chilling effect on press freedom.
The sentencing of Tong Ying-kit shows how the Hong Kong court system will treat those accused under its new national security law.
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Britain accused China of deliberately misleading the world after the arrest of 50 pro-democracy figures under Hong Kong’s new national security law.
How will the incoming Biden administration deal with Beijing over its treatment of Hong Kong?
Over the years, much of Hong Kong’s media has been bought up by China-owned or -affiliated entities. Now, the few remaining independent journalists face a new threat: the city’s national security law.
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.