Economics

China has finally removed crushing tariffs on Australian wine. But re-establishing ourselves in the market won’t be easy

December

Note: This article appeared in The Conversation on April 11 2024. 

China’s Ministry of Commerce has finally ended its tariffs on Australian wine, which had been imposed for more than three years at rates as high as 218.4 percent.

China–Australia relations on cloud wine

December

By Elena Collinson 

Note: This article appeared in the East Asia Forum on April 5 2024.

What Australia needs to understand about China's technological edge in critical minerals supply chains

December

CRITICAL FACTS, CRITICAL MINERALS AND CHINA: WHAT AUSTRALIANS NEED TO KNOW

Charging ahead or stalled out: Can geopolitics short-circuit Australia's electric vehicle surge?

December

By Marina Zhang and Elena Collinson 

Note: This article appeared in Australian Outlook on March 20 2024.

From confrontation to collaboration: Working together on critical minerals supply chains

December

By Marina Zhang and Xunpeng Shi 

Note: This article appeared in The Interpreter on March 5 2024.

Over-emphasising some things, underplaying others: ASIO’s threat assessment is underpinned by confusing logic

December

By Greg Austin

Note: This article appeared in The Conversation on March 4 2024.

Measuring China's military rise and implications for Australia

December

Australia’s 2023 Defence Strategic Review stated that the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) military build-up 'is now the largest and most ambitious of any country since the end of the Second World War'. Australian Defence Chief Angus Campbell observed that this expansion was occurring was occurring 'across all of the operating or warfighting domains of land, air, sea space and cyber.' Central to Australian concerns, as expressed by Australian Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Richard Marles, is that 'this build-up is happening without an explanation of its strategic purpose.


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The tale of 2 economies: Navigating the growth paradox in China

December

By Marina Zhang

Note: This article appeared in The Diplomat on February 17 2024.

Take it up a notch

December

By James Laurenceson

Note: This article appeared in China Daily on January 19 2024.

Since the Anthony Albanese-led Labor government came to power in May 2022, Australia's bilateral relationship with China has been on a positive trajectory.

The obstacles that now face Chinese FDI in Australia are only partly Australia-made

December

By Marina Zhang and Hans Hendrischke

Note: This article appeared in the East Asia Forum on January 13 2024.