Chinese interference in Hong Kong's political and legal affairs is creating uncertainty about the future of the territory as an independent business centre.
Why 'one country, two systems' has failed to guarantee democratic freedoms in Hong Kong
How will the incoming Biden administration deal with Beijing over its treatment of Hong Kong?
How does Victoria’s response to a second COVID-19 wave compare internationally? Very favourably - only a handful of other jurisdictions have enjoyed anything like the same level of effectiveness.
The identity and purpose of universities as spaces of free thinking depends on it.
Scientists were not surprised by reports on coronavirus reinfection; the lack of symptoms on reinfection is encouraging.
Reports describe a Hong Kong man who was reinfected with the coronavirus after returning from Europe. Does that mean he wasn't immune after the first infection?
Despite the racial unrest that has rocked the U.S. for months, President Donald Trump finds support among some racialized communities, including Vietnamese Americans. Why?
From the US kicking out Huawei to China's Hong Kong crackdown, there is a lot standing in the way of happy east-west relations just now.
Local journalists are afraid that the new law will be used to prosecute anyone who steps out of line.
Over the years, much of Hong Kong’s media has been bought up by China-owned or -affiliated entities. Now, the few remaining independent journalists face a new threat: the city's national security law.
The US removal of Hong Kong's special economic status is partly a response to China's growing use of businesses there to exert its power.
Between trade and traditional security alliances, New Zealand is being pulled in opposite directions over China. A new foreign policy is urgently needed.
China is shifting the parameters on a number of territorial disputes with its neighbours.
Michelle Grattan discusses the week in politics with Professor Paddy Nixon
Australia will extend the time students, graduates and skilled workers from Hong Kong can stay in the country. But it is not clear what "pathways to permanent residency" really means.
Hong Kong still has a competitive advantage over mainland Chinese rivals for international commerce.
Much is still unknown about how the new national security law will be used in Hong Kong – a deliberate strategy by China. Beijing's intention, though, is clear: make dissent all but impossible.
The US may want to rethink its anti-China policy as Beijing's focus on providing international coronavirus aid and digital and health care investments seems to be working.
Why a new Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China of MPs from 11 countries is a step in the right direction.