|2020/06/21||National security law: questions raised over Beijing’s sweeping powers, as critics point to new agency, role of adviser in commission|
Lawyers argue new agency will have power over Hong Kong leader and cooperation mechanism with judiciary risks dealing a blow to rule of law
|2020/06/17||Is national security law exactly what Hong Kong’s tourism industry needs?|
Protests and the coronavirus pandemic have caused visitor numbers to slump, led by a decline in mainland Chinese sightseers. While the national security legislation might lure arrivals from across the border back, what impact will it have on those from further afield?
|2020/06/15||Hong Kong and the National Security Law: Why Now? by Simon Shen|
The realist calculations behind Beijing’s so-called “second reunification” with Hong Kong.
|2020/06/12||What Does Hong Kong’s National Security Law Mean for Tech Companies?|
The Hong Kong national security law will have implications for privacy, cybersecurity, data, and trade issues.
|2020/06/10||Hong Kong protests: alarmed by violence, especially at PolyU and Chinese University, Beijing drafted national security law for city |
As Hong Kong marks a year since anti-government movement began, this article is third in a series analysing how key players have fare.
|2020/06/09||【突發時空．沈旭暉 】國安法 Vs 普通法：為甚麼商界應該憂慮？|
|2020/06/08||Hong Kong protests: one year on, with the national security law looming, has the anti-government movement lost? |
As Hong Kong marks a year since anti-government movement began, this article is first in a series analysing how key players have fared.
|2020/06/08||National security law: A cold wind which may shrivel Hong Kong’s legal system|
Lord Sankey once described the Canadian constitution as a ‘living tree’ which must be allowed to grow within its natural limits. And so it did, nurtured by the common law system.