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Ho-fung Hung Comments on Hong Kong’s Election

The associate professor tells the Washington Post in an interview on March 26, ‘Whoever is chief executive, the policy will continue, because at this point they just execute the policy of the central government — increase government control of political and social life, of the economy, and to promote integration between the mainland and Hong […]


Ho-fung Hung Comments on US Confrontation with China

The associate professor on RT News on Jan 16, ‘Will Trump make good on his threats against China? And is there a real danger of a military showdown in the Asia Pacific?’


Ho-fung Hung Comments on Trump’s Taiwan Phone Call

The associate professor tells The Real News Network in an interview on Dec. 7 that President-elect Trump’s call to the president of Taiwan signals a deeper shift in Washington’s China policy.


Associate Professor Participates in Discussion on U.S.-Taiwan Relations

usa & taiwain

Ho-fung Hung says, “Denying democratic Taiwan the respect and recognition it deserves, in exchange for Beijing’s falling cooperation on other matters, is increasingly costly to American interests and the reputation of the United States. A recalibration of U.S.-Taiwan relations is overdue.”


Ho-fung Hung featured in Trends

Ho-fung Hung Advocates for Different Approach to Fueling Inflation, ‘Wages Have To Rise’. October 20. 2016


ASA Annual Meeting

The theme for the 2016 Annual Meeting: “Rethinking Social Movements: Can Changing the Conversation Change the World?”.” Looking for JHU at ASA 2016