A second Donald Trump presidency would require the UK and Europe to work closer together.
Chinese football has been through many ups and downs over the past three decades. Is a return to a top-down government approach the right answer?
With a public inquiry into Chinese interference about to begin, China may feature prominently in the Canadian news cycle in 2024 — meaning a genuine thaw in Canada-China relations isn’t in the cards.
Xi’s New Year address wasn’t about threatening Taiwan – there’s more going on than we think.
The foreign secretary wanted to embrace Beijing when he was prime minister but times have changed.
Several key events highlighted the growing ties between China and Africa.
The shift in focus in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will change how China does its business in Indonesia – that might mean less money for the latter’s ambitious infrastructure projects.
The Sunnylands Statement has set a powerful signal for COP28, however, it also highlights that more must be done in Dubai to define what it means to achieve ‘net zero.’
Many are asking whether Prime Minister Anthony Albanese raised with Chinese President Xi Jinping that Australian sailors have been injured by sonar pulses from a Chinese destroyer.
It’s good to talk − just don’t expect it to result in a reset in relations between Beijing and Washington.
Despite a positive meeting, the contest between the world’s two biggest economies remains heated, largely without guardrails and of immense risk.
Relations between the U.S. and China have been particularly tense for the last few years. Can one summit between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping significantly improve relations?
Scholars writing for The Conversation take a deeper look at some of the issues expected to be on the agenda when the leaders of the world’s two biggest economies meet.
The Israeli attack on Gaza is undermining the West’s international standing, offering opportunities for China to enhance its regional and global diplomatic influence.
A new series attempts to integrate traditional Chinese cultural ideas with the Communist Party’s official Marxist ideology, with mixed results.
Beijing focused on the shared interests and identities between China and Australia, emphasising the enduring importance of the bilateral economic relationship.
Beijing’s tone on the Middle East crisis has shifted since Hamas’s initial attack, becoming increasingly pro-Palestinian.
There are limits around what Australia might hope to achieve and what it should expect in Beijing, but there is room for cooperation.
Areas such as artificial intelligence, green development, e-commerce, and tech cooperation have been added.
Wednesday’s September-quarter figures, showing inflation is still uncomfortably high, set off speculation about whether the Reserve Bank will increase interest rates again