Vesla Weaver in The New York Times.
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When Police Treat Protesters Like Insurgents, Sending in Troops Seems Logical
Stuart Schrader in The Washington Post.
As U.S. Injustices Rage, China’s Condemnation Reeks of Cynicism
Ho-Fung Hung published in Foreign Policy
The Rebellion in Defense of Black Lives Is Rooted in U.S. History. So, Too, Is Trump’s Authoritarian Rule.
Stuart Schrader on podcast on The Intercept.
U.S. Business Lobby Warns Administration Against Ending Hong Kong’s Status
Ho-Fung Hung, Henry M. and Elizabeth P. Wiesenfeld Professor in Political Economy & Chair, interviewed on NPR Marketplace.
Ho-Fung Hung, Henry M. and Elizabeth P. Wiesenfeld Professor in Political Economy & Chair, cited in Vox.
Hong Kong Demonstrators Defy Lockdowns to Protest a Sweeping New National Security Law “It is an Official Death Sentence for Hong Kong”: China Moves to Pass National Security Law
China’s Move to Dismantle Hong Kong’s Autonomy Poses Dilemma for U.S. Policy
Ho-Fung Hung, Henry M. and Elizabeth P. Wiesenfeld Professor in Political Economy & Chair, cited in The Wall Street Journal.
Trump Must Now Grapple with how to Confront Beijing’s Crackdown on Hong Kong
Professor Hung cited in Los Angeles Times article.
Ho-Fung Hung Cited in Several Articles in The Guardian
China backs ‘comprehensive review’ of pandemic Donald Trump and Xi Jinping: are China and US on collision course in a new cold war? Why reassertion of Xi Jinping’s authority spells […]
Professor Ho-Fung Hung in The Washington Post
Pompeo Calls Chinese Plan to Exert Sweeping Controls in Hong Kong a ‘Death Knell’ for Territory’s Autonomy China to Impose Sweeping Security Law in Hong Kong, Heralding End of City’s […]