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    Hong Kong’s democracy struggle – how to break the impasse?

    Carrie Lam’s government faces its biggest challenges since taking office Editorial from Socialist (社会主义者‏) magazine issue 51, Spring 2019 Increased authoritarian rule and a political crackdown in Hong Kong have not translated into stable g...

    Carrie Lam’s policy address: “Pouring money into the sea”

    Hong Kong’s unpopular government signals there’s worse to come Hong Kong society under Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor is anything other than ‘stable’. The government’s slump in popular support deepens as corruption scandals, a worsenin...

    International solidarity against authoritarian rule in Hong Kong

    Stop Repression in Hong Kong is an international campaign initiated by socialists and left organisations to protest the worsening crackdown on democratic rights in Hong Kong and China chinaworker.info reporters The Chinese dictatorship is presi...

    Hong Kong’s sham election

    Pan-democrats sink to new low by supporting “lesser evil” John Tsang Dikang, Socialist Action Hong Kong’s Chief Executive election is a five-yearly political farce. It has been described as the world’s most bizarre election. Just 1,194 electors...

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    Kazakhstan: Revolutionary events and military intervention

    Revolutionary events such as those that have taken place in Kazakhstan over the last couple of days have their own dynamic — once started they are difficult to stop. Now dozens have been killed and thousands arrested as foreign troops arrive.

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