The US and Australia say they are prepared to defend Taiwan against Chinese encroachment. But with Hong Kong in uncharted waters, is it anything more than just Western posturing?
With an economic crisis looming, if foreign students stay away Australia is in big trouble.
Sweeping new security laws are designed to catch anyone the Chinese Communist Party doesn't like — and it's already started.
COVID-19 is set to wreak havoc on the economies of India and its neighbours, and it couldn't have come at a worse time for Australia.
Rio Tinto could do worse than relocating its global headquarters to Australia if it wants to repair its rocky image.
While Xi is running things, we can expect to hear much more about Australian racism and Australian lapdogs dancing to American tunes.
China provided crucial support to Australia after the 2008 global financial crisis. Today, they must look after themselves.
With calls for the US to take in Hong Kong residents to spite Beijing, questions remain: would it accomplish anything — and should Australia consider it?
It's not just Australia's diplomatic interests being threatened by China's tightening grip on Hong Kong — 100,000 Australians call Hong Kong home.