Hong Kong’s autonomy has been tragically destroyed: Nathan Law and Ai-Men Lau in the Star

Despite Canada’s national obligations as an endorser to the Sino-British Joint Declaration, the Canadian government has done little to hold Beijing accountable, write Nathan Law and Ai-Men Lau in the Star.  By Nathan Law and Ai-Men Lau, April 20, 2021 The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has crushed remaining vestiges of Hong Kong’s autonomy with sweeping legislation that transformed… Continue reading Hong Kong’s autonomy has been tragically destroyed: Nathan Law and Ai-Men Lau in the Star

Why I fled Hong Kong: Nathan Law in the Spectator

After four months, I was finally granted asylum in Britain. My journey from elected legislator in Hong Kong to political refugee reflects the erosion of freedom in the city I love, writes Nathan Law in the Spectator.  By Nathan Law, April 14, 2021 On 26 June 2020, I boarded a plane from Hong Kong international… Continue reading Why I fled Hong Kong: Nathan Law in the Spectator

Baltics Must Reject China’s 17+1 Approach: Nathan Law and Marcus Kolga in IR

Long term Baltic economic and security interests are best served by reinforcing solidarity within a strong western alliance, in concert with the United States, Australia, Canada and the EU. The 17+1 cooperation is obviously a hindrance towards the collaboration, write Nathan Law and Marcus Kolga in IR.  By Nathan Law and Marcus Kolga, February 22,… Continue reading Baltics Must Reject China’s 17+1 Approach: Nathan Law and Marcus Kolga in IR

The world must do more to fight China’s crackdown in Hong Kong: Nathan Law in the Washington Post

It’s time for the world to stand up and defend our shared universal values with them, not with feeble words but with real actions, shoulder to shoulder writes Nathan Law in the Washington Post. Below is an excerpt from the article which can be read in full here.  By Nathan Law, January 11, 2021 On… Continue reading The world must do more to fight China’s crackdown in Hong Kong: Nathan Law in the Washington Post

I left Hong Kong for London so I could tell Britain the truth about China: Nathan Law in the Guardian

Since I was forced to flee my city, I’ve continued my activism for democracy from the UK. Now I’ve applied for asylum here, writes Nathan Law in the Guardian. By Nathan Law, December 22, 2020 When I fled Hong Kong in late June, I did not reveal my whereabouts due to security concerns. People suspected that I… Continue reading I left Hong Kong for London so I could tell Britain the truth about China: Nathan Law in the Guardian

Give Hong Kong the Autonomy It Was Promised: Nathan Law in the New York Times

Hong Kong’s opposition has proved that it does not lack the ability to rule — only the opportunity, writes Nathan Law in the New York Times.  By Nathan Law, October 4th, 2020  It has been a devastating summer for most young people around the world. Because of the pandemic, concerts have been canceled, beaches closed… Continue reading Give Hong Kong the Autonomy It Was Promised: Nathan Law in the New York Times

Beijing’s tyranny forced me to flee Hong Kong, but I will fight for democracy in exile: Nathan Law in the Guardian

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The national security law brought brutality to the streets of the city I love. Yet I believe we can regain our freedom, writes Nathan Law in the Guardian.  By Nathan Law, October 1st, 2020  It has been three months since I left Hong Kong. With all my belongings in one backpack and a single piece of… Continue reading Beijing’s tyranny forced me to flee Hong Kong, but I will fight for democracy in exile: Nathan Law in the Guardian

Hong Kong does not enjoy Rule of Law: Nathan Law on CNN

The UK, one of the friendlier Western countries towards China in recent years, has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong due to Beijing’s national security law. MLI’s ambassador on Hong Kong-China policy Nathan Law appeared on CNN to provide his comments on the recent decision by the UK. “Under the national security law, Hong… Continue reading Hong Kong does not enjoy Rule of Law: Nathan Law on CNN

World must defend democratic results of Hong Kong primaries: Nathan Law in Nikkei Asian Review

Holding China accountable for Hong Kong is a global responsibility. We need to join hands to restrain the expansion of Chinese authoritarianism and restore the legitimacy of democratic values, writes Nathan Law.  By Nathan Law, July 20, 2020 While the international community might no longer have high hopes that the energy of Hong Kong’s protest movement can… Continue reading World must defend democratic results of Hong Kong primaries: Nathan Law in Nikkei Asian Review

Is China’s Hardline Strategy Working in Hong Kong?: Nathan Law on BBC’s Hardtalk

Beijing’s national security law has drew international outcry, but will it make a difference? Hong Kong’s protest have been supressed and the primary pro-democracy political party has disbanded for their securtiy. MLI’s ambassador on Canada-Hong Kong policy, Nathan Law, joins Stephen Sackur on BBC’s HARDtalk to discuss the future of Hong Kong’s autonomy under the… Continue reading Is China’s Hardline Strategy Working in Hong Kong?: Nathan Law on BBC’s Hardtalk