Friday February 21, 2020

West must stop turning a blind eye to Hong Kong

For the past four months, the people of Hong Kong have taken to the streets almost daily in huge and sometimes violent protests against the city’s government

6th October, 2019

For the past four months, the people of Hong Kong have taken to the streets almost daily in huge and sometimes violent protests against the city’s government. One target is Carrie Lam, the territory’s hapless chief executive. The other is China, which is encroaching on the city’s relative autonomy to demand more loyalty and crack down on dissent.

The protests, which are the largest in Hong Kong since China...

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