Glenn Dyer November 10, 2017 3 Comments
A surge in demand for LNG in China is dragging gas prices upward, which spells trouble for the government's effort to keep a lid on domestic prices.
Michael Sainsbury November 1, 2017 5 Comments
While Chinese Premier Xi Jinping consolidated his power at China's 19th National Congress, Australia's leaders continue to show their diplomatic and moral weakness.
Michael Sainsbury August 14, 2017 1 Comment
With the release of the last of his imprisoned employees in China, Packer has learned from his errors and is again refocusing Crown towards the future.
Professor Damien Kingsbury August 2, 2017 4 Comments
China and India both want to assert their dominance in Bhutan. And the dispute could end in bloodshed.
Michael Sainsbury July 17, 2017 5 Comments
Liu Xiaobo was an extraordinary man, and even though it would piss off China, Australia should have made a stronger statement about who he was and who killed him.
Michael Sainsbury July 3, 2017
Crown should have known that its China venture was going to attract the wrong sort of attention. But can James Packer bring Crown back from the disaster?
Helen Razer June 29, 2017 3 Comments
Bad news for the liberal media: international power relations are not formed on the basis of people’s bad feeling.
Charlie Lewis June 28, 2017 4 Comments
We're being swamped by Asians! Our Christian heritage is fading! Islam is surging! Calm down, Australian media.
Crikey June 23, 2017 4 Comments
Chinese donations to and influence on Australia's political parties are everywhere in the news, but how does that affect everyday Chinese-Australians? Freelance journalist Michael Liu reports.
Stephen Mayne June 13, 2017 6 Comments
Plus eight other pollies and their various corporate interests.