A Chinese comedian’s Xi joke and the lucrative market for patriotism
Australia-China relations on a solid trajectory. But it could be derailed
Note: This article appeared in The Canberra Times on May 21 2023.
Trade Minister Don Farrell took some heat last week for returning ‘empty-handed’ from his trip to Beijing and a meeting with China's Commerce Minister.
The future of Australian wine: Fabulous friends or dedicated diplomacy?
By Jane Golley and James Laurenceson
Note: This article appeared in the Australian Institute of International Affairs’ blog, Australian Outlook, on May 18 2023.
No Biden. So how relevant is the Quad?
Note: This article appeared in 360info on May 17 2023. It was republished in The Canberra Times on May 21 2023.
Why banning WeChat would be unthinkable for Chinese-Australians
Deterring China isn’t all about submarines. Australia’s ‘cyber offence’ might be its most potent weapon
By Greg Austin
Note: This article appeared in The Conversation on May 4 2023.
Australia doesn’t need to wait ten or 20 years for its new submarines, or for long-range missiles, to project effective military power against China.