Lula’s courting of – or by – China and Western powers has confounded critics. But in reality, it is a continuation of the foreign policy he pursued during his earlier term in power.
The platform has already faced bans in a number of other countries – most of them citing privacy and surveillance concerns.
Nigeria and China should work more on the relationship between their citizens so that the two countries can continue to have good bilateral relations.
As China’s influence and economic strength grows, it is unlikely to give middle powers like Australia more latitude to manage their relations with both Beijing and Washington.
The recently signed RCEP trade agreement encourages even closer ties with China, but this puts New Zealand’s long-term interests at risk.
Australia’s policy-makers are pursuing a one-dimensional “stand up to Chinese bullying” approach — and it clearly isn’t working.
Australia has less to fear from China’s trade threats than some might think.
Between trade and traditional security alliances, New Zealand is being pulled in opposite directions over China. A new foreign policy is urgently needed.
Talks about creating a trans-Tasman bubble have focused on kick-starting short-term economic activity through tourism. But Australia and NZ could also increase manufacturing and trade integration.
Beijing is touting its role in the world and praising its autocratic governmental system and its huge countrywide surveillance network. Hawks in Washington aren’t impressed.
Sun Cable could provide Australia an alternative to the export business of coal and gas, and even reduce our export dependence on China.
The United States may violate the World Trade Organisation rules if it punishes South Africa for adopting a new copyright bill, explain two US trade experts.
China is betting that a massive set of investments around the world will bring it economic prosperity and international political power.
Trade tells a story of modern Australia that began long before January 26, 1788.
Chinese customers spend billions on Nov. 11. Why, and what does it mean for the global retail marketplace?
Kenya has a legal framework that protects its citizens from racism but there are challenges with its implementation
There can be no middle road in the trade war between China and the United States. Soon we will have to pick sides.
The UK’s plans for post-Brexit trade and investment in Africa are pint-sized by the standards of other major players.
The Trump administration’s promise of $12 billion in aid to offset losses from retaliatory tariffs will not make up for the long-term consequences of a prolonged trade war.