A woman stands in front of police during a protest against Beijing's move to enact a new national security law for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: DPA
Michael Chugani
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Chugani

Why Beijing’s national security law for Hong Kong leaves too many unanswered questions to feel safe

  • Vague language creates uncertainty over who, beyond protesters in the streets, could be accused of subversion, secession or terrorism
  • Perceived threats to Hong Kong’s high degree of autonomy risk provoking a tough response from Trump, the State Department and Congress
A woman stands in front of police during a protest against Beijing's move to enact a new national security law for Hong Kong, in Causeway Bay on May 24. Photo: DPA
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