Athena is studying Law at Pembroke College, and is the current Secretary of the Oxford Bar Society. Outside of her degree, she is a self-proclaimed coffee snob and a keen musician, enjoying keyboard bashing (as a pianist) and hitting things with sticks (as a percussionist).
Global Affairs

After the mass arrest of pro-democracy activists, is democracy in Hong Kong a forlorn hope?

Featured image: “Hong Kong Protests 2019” by Jonathan van Smit is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 At the end of last June, a sweeping National Security Law was imposed in Hong Kong which criminalises acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign forces. The vague definition of these offences and the wide powers contained within the legislation led Read More…