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China’s Premier Li Qiang Visits Australia: A Step Toward Stabilizing Relations

China’s Premier Li Qiang Visits Australia: A Step Toward Stabilizing Relations

By Yu Tao
The four-day visit may lead to breakthroughs on specific issues, but more profound challenges, especially mutual skepticism and strategic competition, will remain.

Despite the Diplomatic Thaw, Australians Still Deeply Mistrust China

Despite the Diplomatic Thaw, Australians Still Deeply Mistrust China

By Elena Collinson
While political relations have improved, Australian public opinion on China remains generally negative.
China Lifts Heavy Tariffs on Australian Wine as Ties Improve

China Lifts Heavy Tariffs on Australian Wine as Ties Improve

By Zen Soo and Keiran Smith
China imposed tariffs on Australian wine in 2020 during a diplomatic feud over Australia's support for a global inquiry into the origins of COVID-19.

Australia Announces $1.3 Billion Fund to Boost Investment in Southeast Asia

Australia Announces $1.3 Billion Fund to Boost Investment in Southeast Asia

By Sebastian Strangio
The economic focus of this week's ASEAN-Australia summit has been shadowed by the continuing tensions in the South China Sea.

Watching Taiwan’s Election Through Australia’s Eyes

Watching Taiwan’s Election Through Australia’s Eyes

By Grant Wyeth
What is most important to Australia is that the status quo is maintained across the Taiwan Strait.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What Risks Upsetting the Australia-China Detente in 2024?

What Risks Upsetting the Australia-China Detente in 2024?

By Corey Lee Bell
Three possible plot twists, in particular, threaten to profoundly set back the newly recovered relationship.

How Can Australia Stand up for Human Rights in Xinjiang?

How Can Australia Stand up for Human Rights in Xinjiang?

By Ava Kalinauskas
Australia’s diplomatic reset with China is complete, it’s time to talk about human rights.
After the Thaw, What’s Next for Australia and China?

After the Thaw, What’s Next for Australia and China?

By Evan Freidin
Xi called the recent visit by Albanese  “a new starting point” but a new starting point for what exactly?

Australians Value a Relationship With China, But Still Harbor Concerns About Beijing

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.

What China’s Ethnic Nationalism Means for Australia

What China’s Ethnic Nationalism Means for Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Protecting its citizens from the CCP’s extraterritorial reach will be a major test of the resilience of Australia’s liberal democracy. 

From Myanmar and Bangladesh to Ukraine, Australia Announces New Assistance Packages 

From Myanmar and Bangladesh to Ukraine, Australia Announces New Assistance Packages 

By Grant Wyeth
Ukraine dominates the media landscape in a way that Myanmar's civil war and the refugee crisis in Bangladesh don’t. 
Australia Trade Minister Seeks to Mend Ties on Visit to China

Australia Trade Minister Seeks to Mend Ties on Visit to China

By Associated Press
China recently resumed imports of Australian coal, cotton, and copper, and Minister Don Farrell has said he would push for a review of tariffs on Australian barley.

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