Other sources of interest this week.
Two of the world’s superpowers, U.S. and China, met on Monday amid rising tensions. Here are two sources on the economics of China and the democratic movement within Hong Kong: Sung Won Sohn
is a professor of finance and economics at Loyola Marymount University and president of SS Economics, an economic consulting firm. His interests include the international economy, especially Pacific-Rim countries, and China’s impact on the global economy. Wilfred Chan
is a contributing writer at The Nation. Previously, he worked in Hong Kong for CNN International covering the 2014 Umbrella Movement and its aftermath. He can offer insight on the future of protest, free speech and democracy in Hong Kong under the effects of China’s national security law.