What Mattered Most to China About Anthony Albanese’s Visit
By Jingdong Yuan
Chinese media focused on Australia's “change in attitude,” but Beijing has also made adjustments, downplaying issues of concern to keep the relationship stable.
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.
A Quiet Kowari: US, Australia, and China Trilateral Military Exercise
By Katie Howe
The sixth annual trilateral military exercise continued despite increased regional tensions.
Australia’s China Choice
By Xie Tao
Whither Australia and its relations with China?
Trump-Turnbull Meet Comes Amid Increasing Debate Over Australia's US Ties
By James Bowen
Trump’s actions might finally force Australia to choose between the U.S. and China.
Australia's Hope for US-China Relations Under Trump
By Kadira Pethiyagoda
Following Premier Li’s visit, Australia must recognize the unlikely opportunity Trump presents for U.S.-China peace.
Reality Check: Australia’s China Shift Came Before Trump
By James Laurenceson
More and more Australians see China and the United States as equally important partners for Australia.