• Opinion

By sentencing Joshua Wong and two other student leaders to prison, Hong Kong has turned its back on its youth.

  • Joshua Wong, Johnson Ching-Yin Yeung
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  • Activism, China
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  • Opinion

Officials have long peddled the “Moroccan exception,” but recent protests highlight the regime’s tenuous balance.

  • Opinion

China is investing heavily in new surveillance technology — and exporting its Orwellian approach abroad.

  • Opinion

Thanks to Erdogan, the country no longer has the tools or institutions to tackle long-standing threats.

  • Opinion

Malaysian activists are fighting to protect whistleblowers, end impunity and demand justice and the rule of law.

  • Opinion

Seventy years after "Partition," India and Pakistan face the same persistent problems.

  • Opinion

Engaged civil society, a robust news media and a unified opposition party are creating a pressure cooker at the White House.

  • Opinion

Some U.S. tech companies currently cooperate with repressive regimes — but they’re looking for leadership.

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