In a prisoner’s dilemma, two parties must choose whether to keep faith in one another, without any indication of whether the other side will do the same. Photo: ShutterstockIn a prisoner’s dilemma, two parties must choose whether to keep faith in one another, without any indication of whether the other side will do the same. Photo: Shutterstock
In a prisoner’s dilemma, two parties must choose whether to keep faith in one another, without any indication of whether the other side will do the same. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | For Hong Kong, the only way out of a prisoner’s dilemma is to give and take

  • Closed-door discussions between the pro-government and pro-democracy camps on universal suffrage and national security legislation could be a first step to restoring harmony
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
In a prisoner’s dilemma, two parties must choose whether to keep faith in one another, without any indication of whether the other side will do the same. Photo: ShutterstockIn a prisoner’s dilemma, two parties must choose whether to keep faith in one another, without any indication of whether the other side will do the same. Photo: Shutterstock
In a prisoner’s dilemma, two parties must choose whether to keep faith in one another, without any indication of whether the other side will do the same. Photo: Shutterstock
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