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The Fragility Of Democracy: Hong Kong, China And The Extradition Bill – OpEd

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 18 June 2019
It has been a history of turns and the occasional betrayal, but Hong Kong’s experiment with democracy, incubated within the Special Administrative Region, was always going to be contingent on some level. Its colonial past is a poke, a reminder of British bullying, the corruptions of opium and a time when Qing China was torn and...
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