Foreign affairs

China’s grand strategy and Australia’s future in the new global order

December

Former Australian Ambassador to China Dr Geoff Raby in a new book, China’s grand strategy and Australia’s future in the new global order (Melbourne University Publishing), writes that Australia faces an ever more precarious position in the world.


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The temperature’s rising

December

By Elena Collinson

Note: This article appeared in AK NewsMagazine on September 23 2020. 

The deterioration of Australia-China relations fast-forwarded following Australia’s first-out-the-gate solo call for an independent, international inquiry into the origin and spread of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year. Initially in an uneasy holding pattern following the ratcheting up of tensions in 2017, both countries now seem to be engaged in a veritable race to the bottom.

In Australia and China, government action hammers human ties

December

By James Laurenceson

Note: This article appeared in the Australian Institute of International Affairs’ blog, Australian Outlook, on September 18 2020.

Why the Australia-China relationship is unravelling faster than we could have imagined

December

By James Laurenceson

Note: This article appeared in The Conversation on September 9 2020.

The Australia-China relationship is unravelling at a pace that could not have been contemplated just six months ago.

'China is a reality that is not going away'

December

By Elena Collinson

Note: This article appeared in The Guardian Australia as part of the expert panel, 'Prickly, proud, authoritarian: how should Australia deal with China now?', on September 9 2020.

Australia-China monthly wrap-up: August 2020

December

PM strikes the right balance in managing China ties

December

Australian policy on the PRC: Is it independent of the US’?

December

澳大利亚的对华政策是独立于美国之外吗? Australia policy on the PRC - is it independent of the US'? (Bilingual)

December

Elena Collinson (艾莲娜·柯林森) and James Laurenceson (罗震)

This article includes a Simplified Chinese translation by Jun Wang, NAATI Level 3 translator (NAATI ID: 80136).

本文由 Jun Wang(NAATI三级翻译员; NAATI ID: 80136)翻译。

UTS:ACRI WEBINAR: Australian universities, the PRC and academic freedom

December

The Australian higher education sector’s engagement with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has come under increasing scrutiny in recent years, particularly with respect to issues involving academic freedom. Most recently, following criticism by some international PRC students and state media outlets, the University of New South Wales removed an article from their website and Twitter feed that featured comments critical of Beijing’s crackdown in Hong Kong. Such complaints by PRC students are often alleged to involve coordination by the PRC government.


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