China enters 2021 a stronger, more influential power — and Australia may feel the squeeze even more
China’s economic coercion — theory vs practice
Joe Biden and US-PRC relations
Note: This article appeared in The China Story, a blog by the Australian Centre on China in the World and the China Policy Centre, on December 9 2020.
The beginnings of a new political chapter in the US has turned the world’s attention towards a future with a Joe Biden-led America.
The importance of arts and cultural exchanges in Australia-PRC relations
Why Australia is on its own in its trade conflict with China
Canberra keeps China confused
Note: This article appeared in the print edition of The Australian Financial Review on November 26 2020. It also appeared online on November 25 2020.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in June that on China his government had ‘done nothing to injure that partnership – nothing at all’.
There’s no need for panic over China’s trade threats
Note: This article appeared in The Conversation, on November 12 2020.
China’s increasingly belligerent threats to close its markets to Australian exports have excited talk of a full-blown trade war.
But let’s not panic. These threats are best understood as psychological warfare, not a statement of reality.