Recently, the US Senate passed a bill about the situation in Hong Kong.
Some core points from the bill:
- impose sanctions on Chinese officials
- review the special autonomous status it grants Hong Kong in trade considerations. For now US treats China and HK differently while trading.
- many words about commiting a freedom by the US
The third point is less concrete and in fact, common in US foreign claims - so it is harmless. But first two are definitely not. First two points look like an attempt to spread US laws to foreign countries.
Can it formally be treated as foreign interference into China's inner dealings?