How Hong Kong is targeting the moderates to quell all forms of protest
In early November, I messaged a friend in Hong Kong about being a panellist at an upcoming virtual conference. The conference organisers, a European foundation, would usually have reached out directly but were reticent given legal advice they had received about Hong Kong’s new National Security Law. My friend, a well-known political activist, reluctantly declined the invitation. “I may be in jail [by] then,” he added. How Hong Kong has changed. It is numbing to think of the many people I know from Hong Kong who in the last five years have been arrested, jailed or forced into exile. Many others...
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