China imposed a national security law on Hong Kong to deter and punish what it calls “acts of secession or subversion.” Daniel Kliman, Senior Fellow and Director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, and Dean Cheng, Senior Research Fellow in the Asian Studies Center at the Heritage Foundation, talk with host Carol Castiel about Beijing’s heavy-handed moves, reaction by pro-democracy activists, and what the international community, especially the United States, should do to prevent further erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy under the “one country, two systems principle.
Listen to the full conversation on Voice of America's Encounter podcast.
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