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Rather than a system based on the mutual impoverishment of workers, we must pursue one based on protection.
For many young Hong Kongers, China’s tightening grip is forcing the question: stay or go?
Seventy years ago, on 25 June 1950, North Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel, starting the Korean War. The actions of the combatants, and their superpower sponsors, still reverberate today.
The death of troops during a confrontation between Indian and Chinese forces has thrown a fragile balancing act into question.
In Modi’s India, nationalists are using the Covid-19 crisis to further redefine who belongs and who doesn’t.
16 June 1989: The Deng regime says no students died in Tiananmen Square. Here, a student who escaped asserts that a deliberate massacre took place.
By inviting citizens of Hong Kong to become citizens of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson has raised questions about the government's policies on China.
China's imposition of a strict new national security law could lead the US to rescind Hong Kong's special financial status.
The Hong Kong security law speaks of a power whose main problem is loneliness.
As Putin’s popularity falls while that of governors rises, the old centralised system is in flux.
The new national security law threatens Hong Kong's autonomy and way of life.