Hong Kong - to Democracy or Despair with Prof. John Burns

Episode 1 September 05, 2019 00:38:11
Hong Kong - to Democracy or Despair with Prof. John Burns
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Hong Kong - to Democracy or Despair with Prof. John Burns
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Show Notes

For the first episode of Season 4, we spoke with Prof. John Burns about the evolving political crisis in Hong Kong. Frustrations over Chief Executive Carrie Lam's handling of the proposed extradition bill has pushed millions onto the streets and led to wider calls for fully democratic elections.

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