Four key areas where Hong Kong’s protest movement has come up short

The recent demonstrations in Hong Kong over the planned extradition bill have evolved from setting up illegal barricades to besieging the Legislative Council. For the first time in history, Hong Kong watched masked people break through the glass facade of the Legislative Council and spray-paint the walls of the chamber inside. But as the protests gain more traction globally, it’s important to take a step back and rationally recognise some of the shortcomings of the opposition movement.First,…


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