Hong Kong National Security Law Current Affairs - 2020

China: The Hong Kong Extradition Treaty halted with Canada, Australia, UK

On July 28, 2020, China announced the suspension of extradition treaties of Hong Kong with Canada, Britain and Australia. Highlights China has brought the suspension under its New Security Law in Hong Kong. According to the law, China gained control over external affairs and defence of Hong Kong. Britain suspended its extradition treaty following Australia Read More…

International Alliance to Counter China: UK’s Naval Ship to be stationed in the Pacific

The UK military is to station HMS Queen Elizabeth carrier in the Pacific as a part of International Alliance to counter China. The vessel is to sail her maiden deployment in 2021 that includes region of South China Sea. Highlights The Hong Kong Security law introduced by China has earned world wide criticisms. Under the Read More…

China passes Hong Kong National Security Law

The National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) has unanimously passed the National Security Law for Hong Kong on 30th June 2020. The three-day meeting of the Standing Committee began on 28th June, on the first day itself the controversial Bill was fast-tracked for approval, on the last day of the meet all 162 members of Read More…