Mike Pompeo, then US secretary of state, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington on January 12. In his last days in office, Pompeo imposed US sanctions on six Chinese officials, following the arrests of dozens of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters Mike Pompeo, then US secretary of state, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington on January 12. In his last days in office, Pompeo imposed US sanctions on six Chinese officials, following the arrests of dozens of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
Mike Pompeo, then US secretary of state, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington on January 12. In his last days in office, Pompeo imposed US sanctions on six Chinese officials, following the arrests of dozens of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Hong Kong national security law: Pompeo, Raab and the meddling West should mind their own business

  • The former US secretary of state’s outrage over the national security law arrests smacks of double standards, given the treatment of those who overran the US Capitol
  • The British foreign secretary’s targeting of a Queen’s Counsel appointed to prosecute a case was also unseemly

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
Mike Pompeo, then US secretary of state, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington on January 12. In his last days in office, Pompeo imposed US sanctions on six Chinese officials, following the arrests of dozens of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters Mike Pompeo, then US secretary of state, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington on January 12. In his last days in office, Pompeo imposed US sanctions on six Chinese officials, following the arrests of dozens of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
Mike Pompeo, then US secretary of state, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington on January 12. In his last days in office, Pompeo imposed US sanctions on six Chinese officials, following the arrests of dozens of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
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