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Detangling Semantics: Has Australia Really Been ‘Hawkish’ on China?
November 25, 2022

Detangling Semantics: Has Australia Really Been ‘Hawkish’ on China?

By Grant Wyeth
To resist bullying is only “hawkish” if you sympathize with the bullies.

The Mending Australia-China Relationship: Powered by Lithium?
November 18, 2022

The Mending Australia-China Relationship: Powered by Lithium?

By Corey Lee Bell, Elena Collinson, and Xunpeng Shi
As other liberal democracies lock down supplies, Australia’s lithium exports are an increasingly critical economic component of the Australia-China relationship.
Australia, China, and the Language of Humiliation
August 12, 2022

Australia, China, and the Language of Humiliation

By Grant Wyeth
When Australia defends mutually beneficial rules – or the status quo in Taiwan – China takes offense. 

Australia’s China Strategy Under the Labor Party
August 05, 2022

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.

Australia’s New Government and Its Participation in Asia
July 11, 2022

Australia’s New Government and Its Participation in Asia

By SATAKE Tomohiko
A reemerging threat has a long history.

Opinion Poll Reveals Australian Public’s Collapsing Trust in China
June 29, 2022

Opinion Poll Reveals Australian Public’s Collapsing Trust in China

By Sebastian Strangio
The latest Lowy Institute public opinion survey found that the public feels less safe in 2022, due to China's growing power and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

China’s Envoy to Australia Says 2 Nations at ‘New Juncture’
June 14, 2022

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.
Australia’s Indo-Pacific Engagement: Fear, Honor, and Interests
May 05, 2022

Australia’s Indo-Pacific Engagement: Fear, Honor, and Interests

By John Blaxland
Cooperation, competition, and contestation are at the heart of Australia’s engagement in the Indo-Pacific.

Australian Minister Accuses China of Election Interference
April 27, 2022

Australian Minister Accuses China of Election Interference

By Rod McGuirk
Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews suggested China’s announcement of a deal with the Solomon Islands was deliberately timed to undermine the Liberal Party’s re-election prospects. 

Australia-China Relations Again in Focus Ahead of Australian Election
February 23, 2022

Australia-China Relations Again in Focus Ahead of Australian Election

By Joshua Mcdonald
Using national security to win over voters is not an uncommon strategy, but Scott Morrison is banging the national security drum more furiously than ever as he slumps in the polls. 

How China’s Economic Coercion Is Bringing Lithuania and Australia Together
February 09, 2022

How China’s Economic Coercion Is Bringing Lithuania and Australia Together

By Grant Wyeth
The bonds between Australia and Lithuania are strengthening as a result of China’s attempts to isolate the European country.
Moving Toward Sustainable Australia-Taiwan Ties
November 04, 2021

Moving Toward Sustainable Australia-Taiwan Ties

By Sana Hashmi and Alan Yang
Australia is now moving away from the narrative that inching closer to Taiwan will anger China.

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