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The Hong Kong National Security Law: Why Beijing Would Not Buck, But Should Be Cautious – Analysis

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 23 June 2020 ()
The Hong Kong National Security Law: Why Beijing Would Not Buck, But Should Be Cautious – AnalysisNever 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...
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