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China’s Ambitions Generating Global Pushback – Though Unevenly, Scholar Argues
February 09, 2021

China’s Ambitions Generating Global Pushback – Though Unevenly, Scholar Argues

By Abhijnan Rej
“America’s most strident decouplers are no longer in the White House, but China’s own are still hard at work,” Luke Patey warned The Diplomat.

Taiwan Touts Australian ‘Freedom Wine’ In Opposition to Chinese Tariffs
December 07, 2020

Taiwan Touts Australian ‘Freedom Wine’ In Opposition to Chinese Tariffs

By Nick Aspinwall
President Tsai Ing-wen has prioritized Taiwan-Australia ties as part of her New Southbound Policy, and there’s momentum on both sides toward a potential trade agreement.
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.

Australian Import Bans Show the Sharp Edge of China’s Economic Power
November 05, 2020

Australian Import Bans Show the Sharp Edge of China’s Economic Power

By Sebastian Strangio
The unilateral restrictions are intended to demonstrate to other nations the costs of challenging China's interests.

China-Australia Relations Continue Their Downward Spiral
November 04, 2020

China-Australia Relations Continue Their Downward Spiral

By Eleanor Albert
China is ramping up economic pressure on Australia as overall ties continue to sour.

How China and the US Threaten the World Trading System
November 04, 2020

How China and the US Threaten the World Trading System

By Yukon Huang and Jeremy Smith
The world’s two biggest economies are also the biggest threats to the global trading system.
The World Is Awakening to China’s Sharp Power
June 23, 2020

The World Is Awakening to China’s Sharp Power

By Simon Shen
China's sharp power first began to be displayed in Hong Kong. Now it is seen all over the world.

China Confronts Major Risk of Debt Crisis on the Belt and Road Due to Pandemic
April 10, 2020

China Confronts Major Risk of Debt Crisis on the Belt and Road Due to Pandemic

By Nick Crawford and David Gordon
Debt distress along the Belt and Road will be a serious threat to China’s own financial sustainability and to the operations of Chinese companies overseas.

China Tries to Put Sweden on Ice
December 30, 2019

China Tries to Put Sweden on Ice

By Jojje Olsson
Relations between China and Sweden have taken a nosedive with threats, trade restrictions, and the indictment of an ambassador.

Did South Korea’s Three Noes Matter? Not So Much.
October 30, 2019

Did South Korea’s Three Noes Matter? Not So Much.

By Troy Stangarone
Assessing the impact of the 2017 agreement to end China’s economic coercion over THAAD.
China’s Surreptitious Economic Influence on Taiwan’s Elections
April 12, 2019

China’s Surreptitious Economic Influence on Taiwan’s Elections

By Jason Li
Taiwan’s November elections weren’t directly about cross-strait relations, but that doesn’t mean China had no impact.

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