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NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Martin Lee of the United Democrats of Hong Kong about when the mainland can intervene in Hong Kong affairs. He says military action must be requested by Hong Kong.

What Hong Kong’s Laws Say About When The Chinese Military Can Intervene

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