Why Taiwan’s Assistance to Hong Kong Matters
Taiwan’s government is signaling its status as a regional beacon for democracy and human rights—in contrast to South Korea, which frames assistance to North Korean refugees as helping ethnic brethren.
Facing Trump, Putin, and Xi, London Needs Old Allies for New Ideas
A “C-3” of Canada, Australia, and the U.K. is the right group to stand up to authoritarian aggression.
How to Watch for Freedom Disappearing in Hong Kong
The national security law is just the start of oppression.
Britain Must Step Up to the Global Stage to Protect Hong Kong
China’s disregard for international law under Xi presents a shared challenge.
Hong Kongers’ Route to Britishness Winds Through the Ruins of Empire
Hong Kongers were given second-class nationality. Now they’ve been promised more.
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China’s Crackdown in Hong Kong Won’t Spare Foreigners
Business as usual is over in the city, whether companies like it or not.
Should the United States Punish China for Aggression Toward India and Hong Kong?
As Beijing flexes its muscle from Hong Kong to Ladakh, the U.S. government must decide how to respond.
Hong Kong Ensnared in U.S.-China Showdown
The U.S. pronouncement that it no longer considers Hong Kong to be independent from China paves the way for future sanctions, which could hurt the very people the United States means to help.
China’s Surging Nationalism Has Claimed Hong Kong
The new national security measures won’t be the end of Beijing’s belligerence.
In Hong Kong, Xi Plays a Dangerous Game of Chicken
With its new security law, China risks massive economic and political consequences. Xi’s lack of concern should worry democratic nations everywhere.
Beijing Has Lit Hong Kong’s Funeral Pyre
Hong Kongers will fight the imposition of mainland security measures fiercely but alone.
The Pandemic Is Cover for a Crackdown in Hong Kong
The gap between the mainland and the city is closing fast.