It is possible that President Xi Jinping will harden his attitude towards the extradition bill protests after he meets Donald Trump at the G20 summit and China weathers the trade war. Photo: AP It is possible that President Xi Jinping will harden his attitude towards the extradition bill protests after he meets Donald Trump at the G20 summit and China weathers the trade war. Photo: AP
It is possible that President Xi Jinping will harden his attitude towards the extradition bill protests after he meets Donald Trump at the G20 summit and China weathers the trade war. Photo: AP
Deng Yuwen
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Opinion

Deng Yuwen

To Beijing, Hong Kong’s extradition protests are sealing the city’s fate. Can ‘one country, two systems’ survive?

  • Hong Kong’s million-strong protests are really directed at Beijing, which will tighten its grip on Hong Kong’s elections, and ramp up the city’s economic and political integration. But Hongkongers still have a chance to control their own destiny

It is possible that President Xi Jinping will harden his attitude towards the extradition bill protests after he meets Donald Trump at the G20 summit and China weathers the trade war. Photo: AP It is possible that President Xi Jinping will harden his attitude towards the extradition bill protests after he meets Donald Trump at the G20 summit and China weathers the trade war. Photo: AP
It is possible that President Xi Jinping will harden his attitude towards the extradition bill protests after he meets Donald Trump at the G20 summit and China weathers the trade war. Photo: AP
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Deng Yuwen

Deng Yuwen

Deng Yuwen is an independent political commentator and international relations scholar. He is currently a visiting scholar at the University of Nottingham, and also a member of council at the Beijing Reform and Development Institute.