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For Hong Kong, democracy deferred

For Hong Kong, democracy deferred

In the latest blow to independence, the government postpones legislative election for a year
In a blow to the city’s press freedom, police arrest Apple Daily publisher Jimmy Lai and raid his newspaper office
As relations worsen, Mike Pompeo says “distrust and verify” in dealing with China
American officials strike back at China’s human rights abuses and growing territorial claims

After three years of mixed signals, the U.S. government finally moves to hold China responsible for its human rights abuses against Uighurs
Crusades against certain opinions aren’t new, but now journalists are joining in
U.S. lawmakers question the company’s ties to the Chinese government
Rioting in the streets is completely logical, but not for the reasons pundits think
Navigating a world that has abandoned gender norms
In response to the Hong Kong national security law, the U.S. plans to take away the territory’s trade preferences