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Australia’s WTO Complaint: What’s the Point?
January 05, 2021

Australia’s WTO Complaint: What’s the Point?

By Jikon Lai
With the complaint against China, Australia has a chance at a moral victory a few years from now -- and that's the best case scenario.

Is Vietnam a Promising Economic Partner for Australia?
December 31, 2020

Is Vietnam a Promising Economic Partner for Australia?

By Grant Wyeth
A market the size of China’s is almost impossible to replace, but Australia can look elsewhere in Asia for a promising emerging economy.
The Case for Australia Keeping Victoria’s Belt and Road Deal
December 18, 2020

The Case for Australia Keeping Victoria’s Belt and Road Deal

By Yuan Jiang
Prime Minister Morrison now has the power to quash the state's MoU with China. He should hold off, at least for now.

Australia-China Economic and Trade Relations Are Heading for a Hard Reset
December 16, 2020

Australia-China Economic and Trade Relations Are Heading for a Hard Reset

By Chan Kung and He Jun
Amid worsening geopolitical tensions, the economic relationship will never be the same again. What will the new normal look like?

Solving Australian Universities’ China Conundrum
December 08, 2020

Solving Australian Universities’ China Conundrum

By Robert Potter
How can Australia's higher education remain relevant to policy debates and counter Chinese government influence, all without severing crucial ties?

China Slaps 200 Percent Tax on Australia Wine Amid Tensions
November 27, 2020

China Slaps 200 Percent Tax on Australia Wine Amid Tensions

By Associated Press
Wine joins beef, coal, barley, seafood, sugar and timber on the list of goods impacted by growing tensions between Australia and China.

Australia and China: It’s Complicated
November 24, 2020

Australia and China: It’s Complicated

By Katie Howe
Even amid the current tensions, the state of the relationship is more complex than headlines would suggest.
Continued Deterioration in Australia-China Relations Fuels Talk of Olympic Boycott
November 20, 2020

Continued Deterioration in Australia-China Relations Fuels Talk of Olympic Boycott

By Philip Citowicki
China's economic coercion against Australia is lending fuel to calls for a boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

Australia Looks to Tighten Government Oversight of University Agreements With China
October 14, 2020

Australia Looks to Tighten Government Oversight of University Agreements With China

By Robert Potter
The move is overdue, as public entities and state governments have proven unable to fully vet their agreements with China.

The Case of Cheng Lei: China Blurring the Lines of Ethnicity and Citizenship
September 24, 2020

The Case of Cheng Lei: China Blurring the Lines of Ethnicity and Citizenship

By Grant Wyeth
China has effectively created a Schrödinger’s Chinese Australian, where a person’s nationality is simultaneously Australian and Chinese depending on which serves the CCP’s purposes. 

Chinese-born Australian CCTV Journalist Detained in China 
September 02, 2020

Chinese-born Australian CCTV Journalist Detained in China 

By Associated Press
Australian officials say Cheng Lei has been detained by Chinese authorities, but the reason has not been made clear.
New Australian Foreign Policy Legislation Stresses Consistency
August 31, 2020

New Australian Foreign Policy Legislation Stresses Consistency

By Grant Wyeth
Canberra is set to introduce legislation giving the federal government a veto over state and territory deals with foreign governments. 

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