Hong Kong after the National Security Law Closed-door virtual discussion
The National Security Law that entered into force in Hong Kong on 30 June is a game changer for the city. How are Hong Kong's authorities adjusting? How might this impact Hong Kong's role as a bridge to China and a major international financial center?
A closed-door, virtual discussion with
Matthew Cheung, GBM, GBS, JP
Chief Secretary for Administration of the Hong Kong SAR Government,
With analysis from
- Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Chief Economisnt for Asia-Pacific, Natixis, and Senior Fellow, Bruegel
- Marc Julienne, Head of China research, Center for Asian Studies, Ifri
Françoise Nicolas, Director, Center for Asian Studies, Ifri
Hong Kong : The 2019 Protest Movement and the Future of Autonomy Asie.Visions, No. 109, November 2019
The current protest movement in Hong Kong, which began with the proposed extradition law in June 2019 that would have considerably weakened the judicial border between Hong Kong and Mainland China, has set itself apart from the city’s numerous movements in recent years by its massive following...