Recently, Beijing passed a national security law that would undermine Hong Kong's autonomy. What comes next for US-China relations?
Doug Casey: I lived in Hong Kong, on and off, from 1985 to 2005. When I first moved there, it was a Chinese city, but there were a lot of Western expats.
When I returned most recently, it had transformed into a Chinese city with very few expats. They'd all gone to Singapore.
What's happening in Hong Kong is unfortunate, but frankly, it's none of our business. Unfortunate things are happening in a hundred places around the world. You just can't solve other people's problems for them, nor should you try. Nobody likes a busybody.