Briefing and working papers

Australia-China monthly wrap-up: April 2021

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By Elena Collinson and James Laurenceson, with research assistance from Thomas Pantle

The PRC’s use of border blocks on food and beverage imports: quantifying Australia’s position

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By Thomas Pantle

Key takeaways

- Blocking imports at the border for alleged Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) reasons and Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) are potentially attractive tools for economic coercion because they are notoriously difficult to litigate. Food and beverage products are particularly vulnerable.

Australia-China monthly wrap-up: March 2021

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By Elena Collinson and James Laurenceson, with research assistance from Thomas Pantle

AUSTRALIA-CHINA MONTHLY WRAP-UP: February 2021

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By Elena Collinson and James Laurenceson

The stalemate between Australia and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) lingers on: Canberra’s overtures for dialogue, steadily repeated by Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his senior ministers, continue to be rebuffed by Beijing, while Australia remains adamant that no concessions will be made in order to move forward.

Australia-China monthly wrap-up: January 2021

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Australia-China monthly wrap-up: December 2020

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The economic and emissions impacts of trade disruptions between Australia and the PRC

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Australia-China monthly wrap-up: November 2020

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2020 Henry Chan Lecture: Multicultural citizenship re-imagined: engaging migrants from China

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2020 Henry Chan Lecture

Multicultural citizenship re-imagined: engaging migrants from China

Professor Wanning Sun

November 25 2020

Metcalfe Auditorium, State Library of New South Wales

A recording is available online.

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The topic of my presentation is ‘Multicultural citizenship re-imagined: engaging migrants from China’.

Sounds fairly abstract, so let me start with a tiny detail to get us started.

Australia-China monthly wrap-up: October 2020

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