Australia has blundered into a diplomatic stoush with China with no plan and no apparent endgame. Beijing, on the other hand, knows what it's doing...
Is China targeting Australian journalists only — or all Australians? It's hard to know but it's clear Australians face real risks going there.
A little tit-for-tat on Australia's part wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing. The US reacted swiftly when three of its journalists were expelled.
Chinese car brands are starting to make up a large chunk of Australian traffic. Will the market survive the countries' rapidly deteriorating relationship?
Crikey takes a look at some of the Australian political prisoners currently in jail overseas.
Australians like broadcaster Cheng Lei will continue to suffer as collateral damage in the tit-for-tat war between Australia and China.
Australia once sold itself as a bridge to Asia. Now, the Australian government is seemingly working with the US to block Chinese apps and infrastructure.
Everyone's against big tech, but no one has a problem with TikTok being forced into the hands of Microsoft by Trump.
China's rise has fuelled a regional arms race that will leave none of us safer.
As Australia treads the line between infuriating Beijing and alienating Washington, it's no longer about just talking the talk – we're expected to walk the walk.