Hong Kong’s Crisis Goes Global [S2, E16]
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The 7.4 million citizens of Hong Kong are living their most serious political event since the 1997 handover to mainland China. The spark of a protest over an extradition bill has morphed into a broader search for democratic rule in Hong Kong – with major geopolitical implications for China and the United States. Scott Kennedy, Freeman Chair in China Studies and Director for the Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), discusses what’s next for the “Special Administrative Region.”


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