The Newsmakers

The End of Hong Kong's Special Status?

There are clashes again on the streets of Hong Kong between protesters and police, but this time over Beijing’s introduction of a new security law. According to Beijing the aim of the legislation is to safeguard and enforce national security. Activists and politicians from several western countries condemned the plan, saying Hong Kong is no longer autonomous. Are they right? Guests: Johnny Ip Deputy Spokesman for Hong Kong's pro-Beijing DAB Party Wilson Leung Barrister and Pro-Democracy Activist

Why is Hong Kong protesting again?

Why is Hong Kong protesting again?

China's New Hong Kong Security Law

China's New Hong Kong Security Law

Hong Kong activists protest Beijing's new security law

Hong Kong activists protest Beijing's new security law

Hong Kong marks 23 years since handover to China

Hong Kong marks 23 years since handover to China

‘Cancel Culture’ Controversy

‘Cancel Culture’ Controversy

Is 'Cancel Culture' Threatening Freedom of Speech?

Is 'Cancel Culture' Threatening Freedom of Speech?

Can German Chancellor Merkel Save the EU?

Can German Chancellor Merkel Save the EU?

US-China: A New Cold War?

US-China: A New Cold War?

US-China Tensions Heat Up in South China Sea

US-China Tensions Heat Up in South China Sea

Merkel's Make or Break Moment

Merkel's Make or Break Moment

Lebanon's Economic Implosion

Lebanon's Economic Implosion

Lebanon: Country in Collapse

Lebanon: Country in Collapse

Facebook's Ad Boycott Battle

Facebook's Ad Boycott Battle

Boycotting Facebook

Boycotting Facebook

Has Security Law Changed Hong Kong Forever? Democracy Activist Nathan Law Speaks to Us From Exile

Has Security Law Changed Hong Kong Forever? Democracy Activist Nathan Law Speaks to Us From Exile

Will a Cabinet Reshuffle Help Embattled French President Macron?

Will a Cabinet Reshuffle Help Embattled French President Macron?

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