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China is Accused of Exporting Authoritarian Technology. but the West Has Done So, Too,...

by Ausma Bernot China’s 5G technology has now been banned in many countries, including Australia, New Zealand, the US and many in the European Union....
US and China

The US and China Must Find a Way to Cooperate at COP26 and Beyond....

by Hao Tan, Elizabeth Thurbon, John A. Mathews, and Sung-Young Kim A week out from the COP26 climate negotiations in Glasgow, all eyes are...
US Biolabs: Detrick vs Wuhan, Intel or Scientists

US Biolabs: Detrick vs Wuhan, Intel or Scientists?

By Jan Albert Suing Joe Biden and the European Union called for a reinvestigation of the Wuhan lab, placing "intelligence" officials rather than scientists at...
Xi Jin Ping

Blunting China’s Bid for Primacy

By Andrew Latham “There is little doubt then that the Western and Chinese foreign policy communities have come to see the “rising China” phenomenon in...
Economic Alliance

Why Pushing For an Economic ‘Alliance’ with The US to Counter Chinese Coercion Would...

By James Laurenceson The Australian government desperately hopes this week’s AUSMIN meetings between Australian and US officials will see greater practical American support being delivered...
Deng Xiaoping

‘To get rich is glorious’: how Deng Xiaoping set China on a path to...

By Tony Walker This piece is part of a new series in collaboration with the ABC’s Saturday Extra program. Each week, the show will have...
G7 and China flag

Focus on China? What Does the Carbis Bay G7 Summit Tell Us

By Chee Leong Lee With China up in the air, the recently concluded Carbis Bay G7 Summit has been marred by intensive reporting by international...

3 reasons China could be an alternative mediator in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat The intensified Israeli-Palestinian conflict in May should open our eyes to the failures of the international community to end this cycle of violence. Getting...

Rethinking how we look at Africa’s relationship with China

By Christopher J. Lee The topic of China-Africa relations presents an opportunity to rethink the territorial parameters of African studies. In particular, it can help...

China’s leaders are strong and emboldened. It’s wrong to see them as weak and...

By Saul Eslake There’s an emerging view that China’s belligerent approach and “torching” of diplomatic relationships with the wider world is a sign of “insecurity...

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