Australia-China monthly wrap-up: August 2023
PM Albanese in Manila: Building partnerships for supporting democracy
Social reengineering in the name of security in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
Behind the ‘Red Curtain’: Decoding China’s institutional logics
By Marina Zhang
Note: This article appeared in Pearls and Irritations, a public affairs blog, on August 28 2023.
Over the past three decades, Australia’s economic growth owes much to China’s voracious demand for natural resources. However, beneath this symbiotic economic relationship lies a complex web of political and geostrategic considerations.
Australia-China monthly wrap-up: July 2023
- Foreign Minister Penny Wong meets with Director of the Chinese Communist Party Central Commission for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi; the PRC side offers a more optimistic assessment of the relationship than the Australian side, stating that relations have ‘stabilised, improved and developed’