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Eric Lai

What Agnes Chow’s Case Tells Us About the Rule of Law in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong government’s arbitrary use of powers against Chow, who has not yet faced trial, further confirms that politics is above the law.

Hong Kong’s Legal War on a Protest Anthem

The attempt fits into a longer tradition of using injunction orders to check free speech – and pressuring the courts to follow political directives.

Hong Kong Is Trying to Salvage Its Image. Who Is It Fooling?

The government is eager to tell “a good Hong Kong story” – but actions speak louder than words.

Hong Kong’s Democratic Primary Trials Show a Dark Truth

Hong Kong’s legal prosecution of opposition figures puts it in the company of authoritarian regimes worldwide.

Hong Kong’s Democratic Primary Trials Show a Dark Truth

Hong Kong’s legal prosecution of opposition figures puts it in the company of authoritarian regimes worldwide.

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