Political Conflicts and Insecurities of the Blues and Yellows - the Case of 2019 Hong Kong Social Unrest
This essay is another valuable addition to the growing number of academic papers analyzing why the social disorder in Hong Kong developed and what may be done to improve social divisions. The description of "political insecurities" is an interesting one that should be more widely discussed to be better understood.
Human security and threats associated with the impacts of 2019 Hong Kong social unrest
Hong Kong has just experienced unprecedented social unrest that started in 2019. The unrest dragged the city into a chaotic situation that had not been seen in the last 50 years. Violence and crimes occurred across every corner of the territory, affecting every citizen’s livelihood. In that case, this article aims to fill up this missing gap by exploring its impacts on personal and community security that are adhered to the human security concept and framework.
International Journal of Peace and Development Studies, 12(1): 1-10
Young People and The Belt And Road (Foundation Sponsored and Support)
Young People and the Belt and Road is a joint effort by over 40 young people across 20 countries to tell their stories about the future of Central and Eastern Europe, China, and the Belt and Road Initiative.
三聯書店 Joint Publishing HK
The 2019 Social Unrest: Revisiting the Pathway of Radicalization in Hong Kong from 2008 to 2012 – An Explorative Approach with General Strain Theory
This study is conducted by the Researcher of the Program of Peace and Conflict Studies at the Basic Law Foundation. The article’s purpose is to provide pioneer criminological perspective to explore and explain the causes and the evolution of right-wing radicalization in Hong Kong context from the year of 2008 to 2012 through the scope of Agnew’s general strain theory. Previous researches mainly focused on the relationship between political factors and radicalization; therefore this study aims to revisit the birth and rise of right-wing radicalization in Hong Kong through the lens of socio-economic aspects.
Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal, 6(3): 1161-1204