The Significance of Hong Kong’s First Trial Under Security Law

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Jun.23 — Thomas Kellogg, executive director at Georgetown Center for Asian Law, discusses the first trial in Hong Kong under the national security legislation imposed by Beijing, the significance of the trial and what to expect when Apple Daily’s Jimmy Lai goes to court. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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