Journalists, press photographers, journalism schoolteachers and commentators take part in a silent march to the Chief Executive’s Office on July 14, calling for the defence of press freedom as extradition protests spark police action. Photo: Edmond So Journalists, press photographers, journalism schoolteachers and commentators take part in a silent march to the Chief Executive’s Office on July 14, calling for the defence of press freedom as extradition protests spark police action. Photo: Edmond So
Journalists, press photographers, journalism schoolteachers and commentators take part in a silent march to the Chief Executive’s Office on July 14, calling for the defence of press freedom as extradition protests spark police action. Photo: Edmond So
James A. Dorn
Opinion

Opinion

James A. Dorn

If protesters want to protect Hong Kong’s way of life, they must win the war of ideas

  • A long-term strategy would be to show China that a free market in ideas is far superior to ‘socialism with Chinese characteristics’
  • The moral force of the voices of freedom and limited government should not be underestimated

Journalists, press photographers, journalism schoolteachers and commentators take part in a silent march to the Chief Executive’s Office on July 14, calling for the defence of press freedom as extradition protests spark police action. Photo: Edmond So Journalists, press photographers, journalism schoolteachers and commentators take part in a silent march to the Chief Executive’s Office on July 14, calling for the defence of press freedom as extradition protests spark police action. Photo: Edmond So
Journalists, press photographers, journalism schoolteachers and commentators take part in a silent march to the Chief Executive’s Office on July 14, calling for the defence of press freedom as extradition protests spark police action. Photo: Edmond So
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James A. Dorn

James A. Dorn

James A. Dorn is a senior fellow and China specialist at the Cato Institute. From 1984 to 1990, he served on the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars. He has been a visiting scholar at Fudan University. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Virginia.