Verfassungsblog: On Matters Constitutional
27 May 2020
Description: For a quarter of a century, Hong Kong has been a liberal, constitutional island in an authoritarian state. The Chinese government is now planning a new security law that may not leave much of liberalism and fundamental rights protection. In a podcast interview with Max Steinbeis, DAVID LAW from the University of Hong Kong examines the constitutional background of this potentially oppressive development and addresses the urgent question: What options and responsibilities do scholars have when the going gets tough in the struggle for freedom?
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