Is this further evidence of Canberra’s pro-Israel position?
Controversial think tank China Matters is largely funded by Australian taxpayers, and yet they get no representation on its board.
How much support are intelligence agencies giving their officers? Growing pressures on our intelligence officials may well harm our national security.
It's no surprise the Chinese government tried to fund its own Australian MP — it was merely following the lead of corporations and special interests in exploiting our flawed political system.
Sections of Australian business would like there to be less criticism of China and more "nuance" and "soundness" in debate. But their latest attempt to tamp down criticism blew up, thanks to Beijing.
A Chinese government statement on Andrew Hastie and James Paterson echoed the language of its re-education programs in Xinjiang. And it's not a coincidence.
While Scott Morrison attacks "unaccountable internationalist bureaucracies", Josh Frydenberg lauds international institutions. Is Australia multilateralist or not?
Australia's business elites continue to rub shoulders with the United Front Work Department — a secretive arm of the Chinese Communist Party.
Australian politicians are slamming China while preparing to sign a free trade deal with a widely discredited administration that is subjugated to Beijing. What planet are they living on?