Australia’s nuanced response to Taiwan tensions shows ‘adults are back in charge’
Note: This article appeared in The New Daily on August 5 2022.
The Albanese government faced its first powder keg moment in the region this week when US congressional leader, Nancy Pelosi travelled to Taiwan.
The Australian response, led by Foreign Minister Penny Wong, could not have been more spot-on in substance and delivered with greater diplomatic skill.
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Book launch – ‘Australia’s China Odyssey’
The Australia-China Relations Institute at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS:ACRI) hosted the launch of Australia’s China Odyssey (NewSouth, August 2022) by Professor James Curran, historian and Australian Financial Review columnist.
Mr Dennis Richardson AC, former Secretary of the Department of Defence, Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Director-General of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation and Ambassador of Australia to the United States, launched the book.
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Australia’s position on Taiwan is laid out by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT): 
Australia’s Joint Communiqué with the PRC [People’s Republic of China] recognised the Government of the PRC as China’s sole legal government, and acknowledged the position of the PRC that Taiwan was a province of the PRC.
The fourth ISETS energy transition forum
The Australia-China Relations Institute at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS:ACRI), in partnership with Energy Observer and the Collaborative Innovation Center for Emissions Trading System co-constructed by the Province and Ministry, co-hosted the Fourth Energy Transition Forum organised by the International Society for Energy Transition Studies (ISETS).
The view from Taipei: No.1
The view from Taipei is a sister series of UTS:ACRI’s The view from Beijing. It provides readers with an up-to-date overview of Chinese-language statements from Taiwanese authorities on matters that have the potential to impact Australia’s relationship with the People’s Republic of China (PRC).