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Donald Clarke
Opinion

Opinion

Donald Clarke

Hong Kong national security law: New institutions show China’s true intent

  • New law devotes a great deal of attention to setting up special institutions and procedures for handling cases deemed to involve national security
  • Assurances over constraints on these institutions are weakened by central government’s treatment of Gui Minhai, Pu Zhiqiang and other political enemies

Illustration: Craig Stephens Illustration: Craig Stephens
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Donald Clarke

Donald Clarke

Donald Clarke is a professor at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.