Australia and India have drawn closer in recent years and there may be more room for economic and strategic cooperation, given recent tensions with China.
Has the British offer of citizenship to Hongkongers violated the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration?
Hong Kong's currency is pegged to the US dollar, which offers an opportunity to increase public spending and placate protestors.
The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare Europe's vulnerability to drug-supply disruption. Still, it remains by far the world leader in pharmaceutical products.
The decision of China's ruling council to impose a national security law on Hong Kong goes against the territory's own mini-constitution.
China has grand plans for its US$1 trillion Belt and Road initiative to remake the world order. Here's what's driving China's ambitions – and why the west is nervous.
In spite of increased economic, political and social interactions, Nigeria-China relations are dented by old and new racism.
As China recovers, its success in containing COVID-19 is being put down to the devotion and solidarity of the people.
This week, our experts are looking at the major trends in post-crisis globalisation.
Far from doing their job to promote EU values, research shows EU officials are complacent in their dealings with China.
A full ban on eating wildlife in China probably isn’t possible, and could encourage unregulated underground markets.
US President Donald Trump says he'll respond 'very strongly' if China follows through with its draft national security law in Hong Kong. Beijing, though, is prepared for a potential new cold war.
Vietnam is one of the poorest nations in Asia, yet it has had remarkably few Covid-19 cases. In part, the country's limited resources led to a cautious, proactive approach.
When China's Premier Li Keqiang delivered the annual government work report on the opening day of the National People's Congress, COVID-19 was at the heart of it.
Tumbling global trade with China proves no country or sector is an island.
Michelle Grattan joins Professor Paddy Nixon to discuss the week in politics.
Under Xi Jinping, China has tied its national rejuvenation to an aggressive diplomatic stance toward the world. This may come at a cost economically, but politics is paramount in Xi's new China.
China's ban on 'copycat' architecture goes to the heart of architectural traditions.
The WHO's legitimacy is at stake – it must answer tough questions on whether it kow-towed to China.
China has only agreed to an investigation if it happens after the pandemic and is led by the WHO – two stipulations that likely won't sit well with western countries.