Hong Kong Has Gotten Seriously Risky for International Business
The national security law is a direct threat to foreign firms.
Killing Hong Kong’s Free Press Will Harm Its Economy
Beijing is betting expats will flock to the city despite China’s draconian media crackdown—but they could vote with their feet.
China’s Nationality Law Is a Cage for Hong Kongers
Foreign passport holders risk being trapped in China by nervous authorities.
The West Turned a Blind Eye to China’s Threat to Democracy
Hubris drove failed engagement policies. Now, the democratic world must fight back.
Hong Kong Can’t Be Saved. Hong Kongers Can.
A once great city is now another appendage of dictatorship.
Beijing’s Hong Kong Fables Have Unhappy Endings
Old narratives about the city fell apart this year, but new ones can still be born.
Beijing’s Human Rights Victims Shouldn’t Support Trump
Tough on China or not, a second term would only spell more misery for Tibetans and other communities victimized by Beijing.
Thai Protesters Claim a Temporary Victory
Both the government and demonstrators are borrowing tactics from Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Is a Local Tragedy, Not a Geopolitical Shuttlecock
Understanding oppression requires layered histories of the city itself.
Document of the Week: China’s See-No-Evil PR Blitz
Beijing has produced a booklet to counter allegations that it’s curtailing the freedoms of Hong Kong residents, abusing Uighurs, and failing to come clean on its role in the spread of the coronavirus.
The United States Can’t Handle China Alone
A coordinated strategy is emerging among allies, despite Trump’s best efforts.
Hong Kong Police Mix Colonial and Communist Brutality
As Beijing cracks down, it turns to familiar tools of repression.
Boris Johnson’s Remarkable U-Turn From Sinophile to China Hawk
Six months ago, Britain was the most China-friendly state in Western Europe. That’s ancient history now.