In complaining about China's alleged special treatment by the World Trade Organization, US President Donald Trump and Australia's Scott Morrison are pointing to something that isn't really there.
Despite its importance, Cameroon's maritime fisheries sector is plagued with largely hidden, or ignored, fisheries crimes.
Lee says Hong Kong is up against an emergent Chinese empire and fears violence on both sides will soon spiral out of control.
Tapping just 3.7% of solar potential in countries in China's intercontinental infrastructure programme could power the entire region.
Data show that the US intervenes more in other countries' affairs than it did in the past. It also currently hires fewer career professionals for ambassadorial or foreign affairs positions.
Delivering the Lowy Lecture on Thursday night, Morrison said Australia “cannot afford to leave it to others to set the standards that will shape our global economy”.
Rather than marriage, same-sex couples in China are allowed a 'guardianship appointment'. But this system is yet another way the Chinese government tries to silence LGBT+ issues from being discussed.
China’s military budget is usually thought to be about 40% of that of the US. In reality it's about 75%.
US actions do more than just keep Huawei away from critical infrastructure. They choke off the supply of semiconductors to China.
If the protesters can channel their energy in a more lasting, organised way, they may be able to achieve even more than the "five demands". Could the French Revolution be a source of inspiration?
What role does Marxist theory about the state play in modern China?
What 70 years of mass military parades reveal about the Chinese Communist Party's rule.
The most likely explanation for the unrest lies not in Beijing’s influence over the city, but rather the nature of Hong Kong government and society itself.
Efforts to regulate the lucrative mining venture are not proving successful due to collusion and corruption.
Why a spontaneous popular movement emerged in Hong Kong.
Mineral-rich Mongolia is experiencing a mining boom, but its growth is creating distrust and conflict with herder communities.
Just because Australia has a strong relationship with the US doesn't mean we should take a similarly aggressive stance with China and Iran.
As the rhetoric around Chinese interference in Australia intensifies – most recently with the Gladys Liu allegations – Chinese-Australians have become 'collateral damage'.
The United Nations is calling on world governments to step up action against climate change. Can China, the world's biggest carbon emitter, fulfill its pledges?
With serious questions being raised about Liu's possible links to United Front organisations in Australia, a dark cloud could continue to hang over both her and the Liberal Party.