World Policy On Air, Ep. 97: Hong Kong's Reclamation

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World Policy Institute — The 1972 U.N. decision to remove Hong Kong from a list of territories deserving self-determination got minimal media coverage at the time. On today's episode of World Policy On Air, NYU master's degree candidate Jeffrey Ngo talks about his work with Joshua Wong, leader of the pro-democracy Umbrella Movement, to examine that period of history and build support for demanding political autonomy from China.

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