US sanctions on Hong Kong: How far will it go?

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Professor Wang Jiangyu Quoted in Singapore’s English Media on U.S. Sanctions on Hong Kong


Professor Wang Jiangyu commented on American government’s proposal to remove Hong Kong’s preferential trade status under U.S. law and impose economic sanctions on China and Hong Kong if China enacts a national security law for Hong Kong. Wang argued that U.S. sanctions are unlikely to stop the security law as China has realized that, under the Trump administration, even China gives in on Hong Kong, the U.S. will always have excuses to impose sanctions on China. Read the full article here: Chen Jing, “US Sanctions on Hong Kong: How far will they go?” ThinkChina (Singapore), 1 June 2020 <>.

Period1 Jun 2020

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TitleU.S. sanctions on Hong Kong: how far will it go?
Media name/outletThinkChina
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media typeWeb
Producer/AuthorSingapore Press Holdings
Duration / Length / Size2000 words