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Two systems go: a new law grips Hong Kong

Two systems go: a new law grips Hong Kong

Update: 2020-07-01
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A sweeping new national-security law deeply undermines Beijing’s “one country, two systems” approach in the territory; under it, arrests have already been made. What next for Hong Kong’s activists and its businesses? Malawi’s overturned election is a ray of hope that democracy can survive both incumbents’ strongman tactics and covid-19. And the varied successes of pro- and anti-Trump tell-all books. 

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Two systems go: a new law grips Hong Kong

Two systems go: a new law grips Hong Kong