As China continues crackdown in Hong Kong, it charged 47 prominent dissidents with bogus “conspiracy to commit subversion” charges.
Hong Kong articles on Democracy Chronicles
After joining China, Hong Kong has struggled to maintain its democratic nature against pressures from the mainland but a determined pro-democracy population refuses to give ground. Keep an eye on this key city. Also check out our section on World Democracy.
Two Hong Kong pro-democracy activists pleaded guilty on Tuesday to organizing or participating in an illegal assembly in 2019.
Thousands in mainland China flocked to an app, engaging in discussions with users from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Uyghur diaspora.
The last major electoral test was the District elections of September 2019, in which pro-democracy candidates swept the board
This is a wholesale attack on democracy in Hong Kong, and a criminalization of freedom of expression, freedom of opinion, and freedom of association.
Hong Kong is heading toward the same fate as Tibet after China imposed a new security law that criminalises calls for independence.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists are looking to seize opportunities to counter crack-down, Beijing a plan to end the “one country, two systems” framework.
President Trump was right to promulgate The Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019. China’s growing influence has come with a lack of democratic principles.
Dramatic debate between US strategist Stephen Bannon & French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy illustrates intensity of battle for political minds and souls.
From ignoring, Hong Kong leader, Carrie Lam, adopted a ‘listening mode’. But, this is insufficient to address Hong Kong’s democracy concerns, says Sophie Richardson.