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How Should Australia Respond to China’s Arbitrary Detentions?
August 18, 2021

How Should Australia Respond to China’s Arbitrary Detentions?

By Grant Wyeth
One option for countries like Australia and Canada is to boycott the upcoming Winter Olympics. 

China’s Repression Reaches Australian Universities
July 02, 2021

China’s Repression Reaches Australian Universities

By Joshua Mcdonald
A new Human Rights Watch report details Chinese government efforts to surveil and intimidate Chinese students attending Australian universities. 
How the Wine Industry Got Ensnared in Australia-China Tensions
June 23, 2021

How the Wine Industry Got Ensnared in Australia-China Tensions

By Eleanor Albert
Australia is seeking arbitration at the WTO over Chinese tariffs on Australian wine.

Australia-China Trade Tensions Persist With Cancelled Agreements and Sharp Statements
May 17, 2021

Australia-China Trade Tensions Persist With Cancelled Agreements and Sharp Statements

By Joshua Mcdonald
Canberra and Beijing pass the one-year mark of increased tensions over COVID-19 origins and the subsequent trade war.

The Common (and Overlooked) Underpinnings of Australia’s Economy
March 26, 2021

The Common (and Overlooked) Underpinnings of Australia’s Economy

By Conor McLaughlin
Much of the discussion about diversification is centered on two overarching premises: China and trade. What does that approach miss?

Australia Joins Declaration Condemning Arbitrary Detention
February 26, 2021

Australia Joins Declaration Condemning Arbitrary Detention

By Joshua Mcdonald
In recent weeks, Australian citizens have been detained in China and Myanmar. 

Chinese-Australian Reporter Accused of Sharing State Secrets by Beijing
February 09, 2021

Chinese-Australian Reporter Accused of Sharing State Secrets by Beijing

By Associated Press
Six months after she was first detained, Cheng Lei has been formally arrested.
New Zealand Steps into Australia-China Dispute
February 08, 2021

New Zealand Steps into Australia-China Dispute

By Joshua Mcdonald
Recently, a senior New Zealand minister advised Australia to “show respect” and act more diplomatically toward China. Canberra was not amused.

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?

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