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Twenty Years On, An Uncertain Future For Hong Kong?
By admin July 5, 2017

In his final address as the last British Governor of Hong Kong, Chris Patten reflected upon how British administration of the autonomous territory had built the scaffold to allow the people of Hong Kong to ascend. Now, 20 years on, China, the giant on its doorstep, stands to test the promise of the “one country,

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A Collective Trauma: Geopolitics and Emotions
By admin October 5, 2016

In 2010, scholar and author Dominique Moisi set out to prove his thesis, put simply, that geopolitics are intertwined with emotions. He notes the paradox with joining these two structures as geopolitics is about rationality, objective data, economic resources, military might, and the cold political calculus of interest. Whereas, emotions by contrast, are “essentially subjective,

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