The Hong Kong National Security Law: Why Beijing Would Not Buck, But Should Be Cautious – Analysis
Tuesday, 23 June 2020 () Never let a crisis go to waste. Late last month, China moved to pass a national security law for Hong Kong, drawing a firm line against what it sees as attempts to undermine its sovereignty, unity, and territorial integrity. Not only did COVID-19 made sustaining protests against the measure difficult, it also undercut support...
China's National Security Law for Hong Kong came into effect and the first arrest under the new law has also been made. Protests have broken out in Hong Kong, with many arguing that this brings an end..
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