The Henry Jackson Society: Hong Kong After 20 Years - The Rollback of Civil, Human, and Legal Rights
A new report by the Henry Jackson Society has highlighted how human rights have deteriorated in Hong Kong over the past decades. Hong Kong Watch trustees, Benedict Rogers and Dr Malte Kaeding, contributed to the report with submissions.
Benedict Rogers, said:
“This is a timely, comprehensive and urgently needed report. Hong Kong’s freedoms and autonomy are increasingly under threat, with the erosion of ‘one country, two systems’. Twenty years after the handover, it is time for the United Kingdom to live up to its responsibilities under the Sino-British Joint Declaration. This report will help inform policy-makers in Britain and around the world, and in so doing contribute to the effort to defend Hong Kong’s way of life”.
Find the full report here: http://henryjacksonsociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Hong-Kong-20-years.pdf