David A. Rezvani

David A. Rezvani, D.Phil. Oxford University, teaches at Dartmouth College. He is the author of "Surpassing the Sovereign State: The Wealth, Self-Rule, and Security Advantages of Partially Independent Territories" (Oxford University Press, 2014). He is working on a new book on Hong Kong’s autonomous status amidst Chinese authoritarian rule.
David A. Rezvani
David A. Rezvani, D.Phil. Oxford University, teaches at Dartmouth College. He is the author of "Surpassing the Sovereign State: The Wealth, Self-Rule, and Security Advantages of Partially Independent Territories" (Oxford University Press, 2014). He is working on a new book on Hong Kong’s autonomous status amidst Chinese authoritarian rule.

Latest from David A. Rezvani

Opinion | Has China forgotten how order was restored to Hong Kong after the 2003 Article 23 national security protests?

Instead of hardline tactics and threats of military intervention, Hu Jintao’s administration defused the crisis by collecting public opinion from Hong Kong directly, holding local leaders accountable and increasing economic reassurances.

3 Sep 2019 - 9:02AM

Instead of hardline tactics and threats of military intervention, Hu Jintao’s administration defused the crisis by collecting public opinion from Hong Kong directly, holding local leaders accountable and increasing economic reassurances.

Has China forgotten how order was restored to Hong Kong after the 2003 Article 23 national security protests?
Opinion | Extradition law won’t be worth the resultant loss of market confidence in Hong Kong

As long as Hong Kong’s status as China’s premier international financial centre is valuable to Beijing, local officials should be mindful that they will be making a grave mistake in pushing through the legislation.

12 Jun 2019 - 6:51AM

As long as Hong Kong’s status as China’s premier international financial centre is valuable to Beijing, local officials should be mindful that they will be making a grave mistake in pushing through the legislation.

Extradition law won’t be worth the resultant loss of market confidence in Hong Kong
Why Agnes Chow and self-determination should not scare the Hong Kong government

The decision to disqualify Agnes Chow from contesting the Legislative Council by-election rests on a misunderstanding of self-determination and risks alienating supporters of the ‘one country, two systems’ framework

2 Feb 2018 - 7:06PM

The decision to disqualify Agnes Chow from contesting the Legislative Council by-election rests on a misunderstanding of self-determination and risks alienating supporters of the ‘one country, two systems’ framework

Why Agnes Chow and self-determination should not scare the Hong Kong government