Farewell Freedom: Mass arrests in Hong Kong under the Chinese Security Law

In place since 30 June 2020, the new Chinese National Security Law imposed in Hong Kong makes it easier for Chinese forces to quash protests, punish and arrest opposers to the Chinese regime. These powers have been extensively used by Chinese authorities, arresting dozens of pro-democracy figures because of opaque “national security” crimes, effectively reducing the city’s autonomy.

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