Beijing hopes that the imposition of the 'National Security Law' will mean the end of the democratic movement in Hong Kong. Colin Sparks argues that they are likely to be disappointed.
The pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong faces a serious challenge after failing to win a strike ballot against Beijing’s planned national security law.
Can workers turn opposition to Beijing's 'National Security Law' into action in Hong Kong?
Beijing’s attempt to impose the ‘National Security Law’ on Hong Kong is being met with fierce resistance. Unity with workers on the mainland and international solidarity will be key.
The workers who built China’s emergency hospitals are missing from the dominant narratives about China and the Covid-19 pandemic, writes Hsiao-Hung Pai.
David Brophy reports on The China Question conference in Brooklyn.
A new union organisation drive in Hong Kong might hold the key to breaking the deadlock, argues Colin Sparks.
Hong Kong's 'silent majority' has spoken: they support the protestors and their five demands.
The confrontation in Hong Kong has entered a new phase with pitched battles across the city running through the week.
Following the death of student Chow Tsz Lok, the protests are intensifying, but the need to link up with the mainland is pressing.