The city’s residents are forging a “sense of country,” which will serve to undermine Beijing’s notion of patriotism.
Hong Kong’s courts long provided assurances of some transparency, even equity. For how much longer?
For months, demonstrators in the city have told one another to "be like water," but a recent siege contradicted that advice. What happened?
As protests have worn on, police tactics have intensified, particularly against journalists.
The city’s police force was once widely respected for its restraint and trusted by the local population. No more.