The Crisis in Hong Kong: Selected Stories

20 August 2019 — Global Research

Hong Kong in the Crosshairs of Global Power and Ideological Struggles

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

Hong Kong is one of the most extreme examples of big finance, neoliberal capitalism in the world. As a result, many people in Hong Kong are suffering from great economic insecurity in a city with 93 billionaires, second-most of any city. Read more…

Follow the Money Trail Behind the Hong Kong Protests

By Sara Flounders

The demonstrations in Hong Kong, now an open confrontation with the People’s Republic of China, have a global impact. What are the forces behind this movement? What provides the funds and who stands to benefit? Read more…

How Washington Is Meddling in the Affairs of Hong Kong

By A Political Junkie

While there has been growing coverage of the unrest in Hong Kong, there has been minimal coverage of what may lie behind the pro-democracy protests. Read more…

Civil Disobedience in Hong Kong or US Color Revolution Attempt?

By Stephen Lendman

What’s been going on for months in Hong Kong has all the earmarks of a US orchestrated color revolution, aimed at destabilizing China by targeting its soft Hong Kong underbelly. Read more…

Hong Kong Protesters Are Collectively Punishing the Peaceful Population

By Andrew Korybko

There’s no doubt that the political radicalism on full display nowadays is symptomatic of an ongoing “color revolution” attempt tacitly supported by foreign forces. Read more…

Hong Kong, Kashmir: A Tale of Two Occupations

By Pepe Escobar

Much to the distress of neocons and humanitarian imperialists, there won’t be a bloody mainland China crackdown on protesters in Hong Kong – a Tiananmen 2.0. Why? Because it’s not worth it. Read more…

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