Blog
| By Anqi Pan

Post-Election, Hong Kongers Remain Mistrustful of Police

Amidst ongoing unrest, Hong Kong held local elections on November 24th. The vote, widely seen as a referendum on the handling of the protests by the current government, saw pro-democracy candidates secure 85 percent of the seats. As the results of the latest round of surveys by the Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute show, greater challenges now lie ahead for Beijing in its handling of Hong Kong. 







Cooperation and Hedging: Comparing US and South Korean Views of China
Research
| By Karl Friedhoff, Fellow, Public Opinion and Asia Policy; Dina Smeltz, Senior Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy; J. James Kim, Senior Fellow, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies; Kang Chungku, Senior Associate, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies; Scott A. Snyder, Senior Fellow and Director of the Program on US-Korea Policy, Council on Foreign Relations; And other participants