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Independence say: Hong Kong’s ongoing protests: A proposed change to the judicial system is just the latest sign that mainland China is exerting pressure on Hong Kong’s autonomy. Authorities seem ready to quell further demonstrations. Although solitary confinement is widely condemned, it’s still com...

Independence say: Hong Kong’s ongoing protests: A proposed change to the judicial system is just the latest sign that mainland China is exerting pressure on Hong Kong’s autonomy. Authorities seem ready to quell further demonstrations. Although solitary confinement is widely condemned, it’s still com...

FromEconomist Radio


Independence say: Hong Kong’s ongoing protests: A proposed change to the judicial system is just the latest sign that mainland China is exerting pressure on Hong Kong’s autonomy. Authorities seem ready to quell further demonstrations. Although solitary confinement is widely condemned, it’s still com...

FromEconomist Radio

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Length:
23 minutes
Released:
Jun 11, 2019
Format:
Podcast Episode

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A proposed change to the judicial system is just the latest sign that mainland China is exerting pressure on Hong Kong’s autonomy. Authorities seem ready to quell further demonstrations. Although solitary confinement is widely condemned, it’s still common in America; we speak with an inmate who’s spent half a lifetime in solitary. And, the sheikhs of Iraq who help resolve disputes—and are available for hire. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Released:
Jun 11, 2019
Format:
Podcast Episode