Australians Value a Relationship With China, But Still Harbor Concerns About Beijing
By Elena Collinson
A recent poll shows Australians are generally supportive of current efforts to stabilize the relationship, but there are also acute fears that Beijing poses a security threat to Australia.
Where Are Australia-China Relations Headed?
Michael Clarke, Jennifer Hsu, and Zhongzhou Peng discuss the tentative thaw in Australia-China relations.
Australia-China Relations: The Outlook for 2023
By Corey Lee Bell and Elena Collinson
Despite the current détente, five major issues may place further strain on the Australia-China relationship next year.
Australian PM Raises Trade ‘Blockages’ in Meeting With China’s Xi
By Niniek Karmini and Rod McGuirk
Anthony Albanese described his first in-person meeting with Xi Jinping as “successful” and “positive.”
Australia’s China Strategy Under the Labor Party
By Patricio Giusto
Regardless of the government, Australia’s commitment to the Quad – and concerns about China – are here to stay.
China’s Envoy to Australia Says 2 Nations at ‘New Juncture’
By Rod McGuirk
After the first minister-to-minister talks in more than two years, China says the bilateral relationship with Australia faces new opportunities.
There’s a Narrow Window to Improve Australia-China Relations
By Mu Chunshan
A change in Australia's government won't magically make all the problems go away, but Beijing and Canberra have a chance to bring the relationship back under control.
Australia Has a New Government. What Should Quad Leaders Expect?
By Richard Maude
When new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese attends the Quad Summit in Tokyo, he will largely signal continuity on Australian foreign policy.