Why doesn’t China put down the protests in Hong Kong? Maybe it doesn’t want to.
What Beijing could learn from the British response to the 1967 Hong Kong riots.
Why the UK should follow the US lead in plans to issue an annual certificate of Hong Kong’s autonomy.
The occupation of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council building on July 1 was met with calls for ‘zero tolerance’ from mainland China.
Huge protests in Hong Kong against proposed changes to extradition law have put the country’s relationship with China in the spotlight.
A controversial extradition law has been suspended in Hong Kong after more than a week of mass public resistance. Hong Kong’s legal system is one of its few remaining areas of autonomy from China.
Telegram enabled protesters in Hong Kong to evade surveillance, but a DDoS attack and the arrest of a group administrator undermined the ability of protesters to organise and communicate.
In recent months, the flimsy foundations of Hong Kong’s autonomy have been exposed by a series of dramas.