Hong Kong Silenced, and a One-State Solution for Israel-Palestine

Hong Kong Silenced, and a One-State Solution for Israel-Palestine
Police stand guard during a march marking the anniversary of the Hong Kong handover from Britain to China, Hong Kong, July 1, 2020 (AP photo by Vincent Yu).

In this week’s editors’ discussion on Trend Lines, WPR’s Judah Grunstein, Freddy Deknatel and Prachi Vidwans talk about the new national security law that China imposed on Hong Kong, and the chilling effect it has already had on dissent and speech there. They also discuss a new proposal for a one-state solution for Israel and Palestine based on equal citizenship rights for all, and how the debate over ways forward in that conflict has broadened recently, in part due to Israeli plans to annex parts of the West Bank. Listen: Download: MP3Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS | Spotify Relevant Articles […]

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