Will Boris Johnson’s Project Defend Reinforce The New Cold War Against China?

One of the countries which has been vocal in its criticism of Beijing both for not sharing information pertaining to the pandemic, and for the imposition of the national security law in Hong Kong is Britain.

The Hong Kong Experiment — China Is Testing The West’s Patience

China plans to introduce a fundamental change to its relationship with Hong Kong. Like all its previous attempts, China’s new plan has received a severe backlash from Hong Kongers and with it from the international corridors.

Find Out Why Australia Is Gearing Up For October

Singapore, Taiwan, and luck have saved Australia from a community spread so far, but a far-sighted Prime Minister Scott Morrison relying on the dreaded data curve is not making any false promises to his people.

Despite opposition by China, Trump signs bill backing Hong Kong protestors

The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, 2019, became a law, a week after the House and Senate passed it with veto-proof majorities, The Hill reported. US President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a bill in support of the…

US Congress passes Hong Kong human rights bill

Al Jazeera reported that House vote 417 to one for the “Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act”, which the Senate has already passed on Tuesday. The US House of Representatives on Wednesday (local time) passed a pair of bills…

Pro-Democracy Lawmakers dragged one by one from Hong Kong Legislative Council

Hong Kong’s Legislative Council meeting was adjourned on Thursday after pro-democracy lawmakers heckled Chief Executive Carrie Lam for the second day in a row.

Cripple Effect: Catastrophic Hong Kong is fueling Global Recession

Recession is deepening in Hong Kong amid Protests and the US-China Trade War. The City has already seen a decline in growth for consecutive quarters this year. And now, the ripples of economic recession in Hong Kong are being felt…

Chief Exec Carrie Lam calls on protestors to end violent protests

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday called on protestors to stop wide-spread demonstrations, which have been going on in the Chinese autonomous region since the month of June.

Hong Kong stock exchange drops $40 billion bid for London Stock Exchange

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) said on Tuesday that it has dropped its multi-billion dollar bid for the London Stock Exchange (LSE).

Chief Exe. Carrie Lam: Violence sent Hong Kong into ‘very dangerous situation’

Hong Kong’s Chief executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday said that the violent acts in the special administrative region these days have sent Hong Kong