Links between online misinformation and real-world violence were always a problem “over there.” The Capitol Hill riot shows otherwise.
Mass arrests in Hong Kong show both the power of an organized opposition and the authorities’ fear of it.
How does a country balance its values and its interests when it shares a border with China?
Joshua Wong has been sentenced to more than a year in jail. Avenues for protest in the city are narrowing.
Many leaders in Asia, in particular, remain unhappy with the former president’s foreign policy.
After the 2020 election, who would bother to listen to the U.S. about how to run a vote?
Despite his own assault on democratic norms, the president is lauded in parts of Asia for his hawkishness toward China.
The Milk Tea Alliance is emblematic of the frustration many young people feel toward Beijing’s grating assertiveness in the region.
Hong Kong’s leaders and police have sought to recast what has happened in the past year. Even if no one is convinced, it may not matter.
In Hong Kong and around the world, public-health concerns are being used to excuse extraordinary overreach.
The authorities insist freedoms will be upheld. Their actions show otherwise.
The South China Morning Post is arguably the world’s most important newspaper—for what it tells us about media freedoms as China’s power grows.
With a far-reaching national-security law, overlords in a distant capital are again making decisions on the city’s behalf.
Carrie Lam has been a unique failure. Yet she is merely a symptom of Hong Kong’s ills.
The city’s force had dubbed itself “Asia’s Finest.” Now it is seen by many as an occupying force.
The experience of eating out in Hong Kong illustrates what it’s like to visit a restaurant right now.
China has moved to take away the city’s autonomy, one of several aggressive actions by Beijing across the region.
Countries “are not backing down in the face of Chinese pressure” over the island, its foreign minister says.
The pandemic has exposed how richer countries, including the United States, rely on health-care workers from poorer ones, such as the Philippines.
The cancellation of major events has left stadiums empty and casinos closed.