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Venezuela Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, center, greets the arrival of medical specialists and supplies from China in March. AP Photo/Matias Delacroix

China’s efforts to win hearts and minds with aid and investment may make all the difference if there’s a cold war with the US

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.
Canada can benefit enormously from trade with China. That’s why Justin Trudeau’s government should work to lead a China strategy among western nations. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Canada needs a China strategy, and the western provinces should lead the way

Justin Trudeau's government should assemble a strong, non-partisan China team led by the West to build a uniquely Canadian Asia strategy, with China at its core.
Since the Whitlam government in 1972, the major parties have taken a similar approach to managing relations with China, albeit with a few key differences. AAP/EPA/Roman Pilipey

No matter who wins the next election, managing the China relationship will be tricky – and vital

No matter who forms government after the next election, managing Australia's relationship with China will continue to be a major challenge, and vitally important in a region remaking itself.
A US-China grand bargain makes sense on the mutually beneficial assumption it would lay the foundations for a bilateral world order. Mark Schiefelbein/PA

What’s worse than the US-China trade war? A grand peace bargain

Trade wars are generally bad. But far worse for Australia is that the US and China make peace through a deal to establish a bilateral world order.

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