Protesters are back in the streets in Hong Kong to fight against a new security law that tightens the Chinese government’s grip over the city. On this week’s episode, we look at how Hong Kong’s new security law will impact U.S.-China relations, and what it means for the millions of people who live there. First, we’ll hear from Human Rights Watch’s China Director, Sophie Richardson, who argues that U.S.-China relations are at their worst point since the Cold War. Will this new law make them worse? Next, an activist and artist from Hong Kong discusses the evolution of her city’s protest movement. Then, we revisit a conversation with journalist Mary Kay Magistad and professor Jeffrey Wasserstrom, a historian specializing in modern China.