China's National Security Law for Hong Kong

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Ken Yeung

China has passed national security legislation impacting Hong Kong critics say is designed to curb protests and limit the region's autonomy. World leaders have condemned the law, saying the country's decision violates the "One Country, Two Systems" promise it made when it reclaimed Hong Kong from the United Kingdom in 1997. Learn more about the new law and how it impacts, not only the 7.4 million Hong Kongers, but also those around the world.

China's National Security Law for Hong Kong