The world is on edge as Hong Kong experiences its bloodiest week since protests began in June. Many signs suggest that Communist Party leadership is becoming impatient and may want to put an end to the movement, not in months or weeks, but in days.
Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam invoked emergency law. Will it lead to a de-facto martial law, or a new Tiananmen? Will the U.S. Congress give the Hong Kong people what they need in their battle against the Chinese Communist Party? And will the U.S. and China’s economies head to an inevitable decoupling?