What Mattered Most to China About Anthony Albanese’s Visit
By Jingdong Yuan
Chinese media focused on Australia's “change in attitude,” but Beijing has also made adjustments, downplaying issues of concern to keep the relationship stable.
During China Visit, Australia’s PM Calls for ‘Free and Unimpeded Trade’ to Resume
By Associated Press
The countries agreed to resume an annual leaders meeting, which had been halted by a sharp deterioration in relations during which China slapped tariffs and other restrictions on imports from Australia.
Can the Australia-US Alliance Overcome Fraught Politics in Washington?
By Patricia O’Brien
Biden and Albanese might be in lockstep, but actualizing AUKUS requires U.S. congressional support that cannot be guaranteed, even at this high point of Australia-U.S. relations.