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Yanhuang Chunqiu Fights for Editorial Independence

The son of reformist party general secretary Hu Yaobang has taken over as publisher of liberal magazine Yanhuang Chunqiu , which has been faced a number of challenges from authorities over the past year. Minnie Chan reports for the South China ... China Digital Times, 2 days ago

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Epoch Times

Chinese Officials Seek to Discredit Xi Jinping in Hong Kong

HONG KONG—The Jiang Zemin faction of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) appears to be trying to create so much trouble in Hong Kong that Party leader Xi Jinping will be forced to repeat the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre. The Jiang faction would ...
 Epoch Times1 week ago The secret history of Hong Kong's stillborn democracy  Quartz2 weeks ago HONG KONG—For decades Hong Kong democrats have dreamed of universal suffrage. On Aug. 31, the Chinese communist regime officially shut the door on this possibility...  Epoch Times1 month ago

A Note from the Desk of Xi Jinping

Memo to Self: According to all my advisers, not to mention those China experts in the West, this Hong Kong situation will end either in a bloodbath or a humiliating defeat for my Communist Party. Well, I haven't established myself as China's ...
 RealClearWorld1 week ago Hong Kong Sows Seeds Of Democracy Analysis  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Hong Kong turmoil seen continuing even after public dialogue  Nikkei Asian Review3 weeks ago Complexities in Hong Kong  Morning Star Online3 weeks ago

Why the Hong Kong protests came to nothing

Protesters hold their mobile phones as they block the main street to the financial Central district, outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong. As pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong confronted police in the fumes of tear gas, the world ...
 Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago Hong Kong's protest success measured in the future  Al Jazeera3 weeks ago Hong Kong: What Now?  China Digital Times3 weeks ago Tiananmen Square's legacy hangs over Hong Kong protests  Metro Canada3 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Hong Kong police move in on protesters as leader rejects demands

Hong Kong: Rows of police officers have moved into an avenue of downtown Hong Kong and begun to remove barricades erected by pro-democracy protesters. In what appears to be a limited move to test protesters' reactions and reduce traffic congestion ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Hong Kong police start clearing protest barricades  Globe and Mail2 weeks ago Why Hong Kong showdown could never have morphed into Tiananmen 2.0  Reuters3 weeks ago Ottawa's tepid response to Hong Kong protests marks a shift in policy  Globe and Mail3 weeks ago

Pursuing the China Dream

China's most powerful leader in recent decades, President Xi Jinping, is further boosting his power base by formulating his own signature ideology and ensuring it enters the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) charter. It is par for the course that the ...
 Asiaone2 weeks ago

Card Zen stands with Hong Kong students

Card Joseph Zen will spend the night tonight in Admiralty with students who have been demonstrating for democracy and have occupied for the past ten days some of the city's more central streets. I am with them, in the streets with them, the ...
 CBCP News3 weeks ago
Bloomberg View

For now, Hong Kong protests have gone as far as they can

We are all Hongkongers today. And in the weeks and months ahead, many of us will continue to support the protesters' brave stand against a repressive Chinese regime. Nevertheless, it's time for them to face reality and plot an endgame. Almost two ...
 Denver Post3 weeks ago It's Deal Time in Hong Kong  Bloomberg View3 weeks ago

Beijing might consider the Singapore example

In 2006, Chinese-American scholar Minxin Pei published a book called China's Trapped Transition. In it, he invoked the most established law in political science that over time, countries that grow economically tend to become more democratic.
 Lebanon Daily Star3 weeks ago China's trapped transition  Washington Post4 weeks ago Zakaria: China's trapped transition  Washington Post4 weeks ago
Weekly Standard

Hong Kong fears move to 'one country, one system'

BEIJING - The struggle for greater democracy in Hong Kong has entered a new phase. Students and the government are talking about a political solution. What China actually promised the territory is at stake. "Take a break, for the sake of future ...
 ENCA3 weeks ago One China, One System  Weekly Standard1 month ago Down with Dengism  Gulf News1 month ago
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