Foreign affairs

Wild cards and the Trump card

December

By James Laurenceson

Note: This article appeared in the March 2017 edition of U:Mag.

 

Will Australia join South China Sea FONOPs? Don’t count on it

December

By James Laurenceson

Note: This article appeared in The Council on Foreign Relations’ Asia Unbound blog, March 2 2017.

Trump: The view from China

December

What do Chinese media and commentators make of Trump? This ACRI survey goes beyond the English-language Global Times to look at a range of Chinese sources. The overwhelming impression: restraint.

One China policy

How will the Australia-China relationship adapt?

December

By James Laurenceson

Note: This article appeared in The Council on Foreign Relations’ Asia Unbound blog, February 15 2017.

Reality check: Australia’s China shift came before Trump

December

By James Laurenceson

Note: This article originally appeared in The Diplomat, February 9 2017. 

Trump and China

December

Last updated February 10 2017. 

Asia has opted for diplomacy on sea disputes

December

By Elena Collinson

Note: This article appeared in the South China Morning Post, February 7 2017.

South China Sea Conference: Opening session

December

The South China Sea (SCS) has become a centre of global attention. It involves not only territorial disputes among multiple claimants, but also a shift of the strategic balance in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. Territorial disputes in the SCS have brought about rising tensions.


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December
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10:39 AM
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Australia-China Relations (January 2015 to June 2016)

December

This chapter will detail the notable trends and key developments in Australian political, economic, strategic and cultural engagement with China from January 2015 to June 2016.

UTS PARTNER DAY

December

UTS is committed to pursuing excellence in international education, and is dedicated to working with our partners to achieve this aim. The inaugural China Partner Day was held  in Beijing on December 9 2016.  The Partner Day aimed to continue building our valued relationships and engagement with government bodies and key partners in China.  As part of the program, the Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) was invited to host a plenary discussion looking at current trends in the Australia-China relationship.


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December
Time
10:39 AM
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