Protesters in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong on August 24 wave the US flag, as others cover their right eye in tribute to a woman who suffered a serious eye injury during anti-government protests outside a police station two weeks before. Photo: Sam Tsang
Robert Boxwell
Opinion

Opinion

Robert Boxwell

Hong Kong’s business is everyone’s business: as protests rage on, world leaders should make sure China knows that

  • A violent suppression of Hong Kong protesters could have stark consequences for world trade, and even world peace
  • It is, therefore, in world leaders’ interests to draw clear boundaries for Beijing over how to respond to them

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Protesters in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong on August 24 wave the US flag, as others cover their right eye in tribute to a woman who suffered a serious eye injury during anti-government protests outside a police station two weeks before. Photo: Sam Tsang
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