New research shows Chinese-Australians believe Australian English-language media to be too negative about China and Chinese-Australians.
Canada should examine Australia’s diplomacy-focused approach to China as it battles foreign interference.
New research shows Australians of Chinese heritage are extremely concerned about the way relations between the two countries are portrayed in the media.
Successive governments have shied away from serious discussions about national security.
Despite the bipartisanship over both the China threat and AUKUS, the views of experts are divided.
Now that diplomatic relations are out of the deep freeze, business and cultural ties between China and Australia are set for a major rebound.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong is travelling to China to mark the half-century anniversary of a relationship that has ridden the vicissitudes over that time.
In this podcast Michelle and politics editor Amanda Dunn discuss the significant thaw in Australia-China relations that's come with the Albanese-Xi meeting, held on the sidelines of the G20 in Bali.
The Chinese leader’s recent confirmation of his power has significant implications – and a look at history can reveal what those are.
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and Assistant Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics
Defence minister Richard Marles’ historic trip sheds some light on the new government’s approach to national security matters.
Word from The Hill: Bowen says “bumpy” time ahead on power, but you can keep the heater on
Michelle Grattan discusses politics with politics + society editor, Amanda Dunn
War with China is very likely, but it is avoidable if we take the threat seriously and act now.
A new survey shows there is no material difference between the major parties’ China policies. Style and tone might be what matter, whoever wins the election.
Australia’s usual approach to big international negotiations is to hold out, before reluctantly making “concessions”. It’s the wrong approach for trade, and the wrong approach for climate change.
A new survey of Taiwanese and Australian citizens has revealed some surprising results about their views on security and China.
With ideological issues such as Hong Kong and Taiwan, lecturers told of how a vocal minority of international Chinese students are attempting to police teaching materials and class discussions.
Australia has suggested a UNESCO recommendation to list the Great Barrier Reef as ‘in danger’ was motivated by politics. This is hardly the first such accusation levied at the organisation.
China’s aggressive stands and the sharp deterioration of the bilateral relationship are flowing through strongly to produce record negativity by Australians towards our biggest trading partner.
Beijing’s suspension of the China-Australia Strategic Economic Dialogue sends a strong signal it is prepared to escalate tensions.