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Ciobo vies for a big Asian free trade agreement, but appetite is lacking

Ciobo vies for a big Asian free trade agreement, but appetite is lacking

Queensland's Steve Ciobo isn't getting as far with free trade agreements as he might like, despite his clear enthusiasm for them.

Government amends My Health Record legislation after backlash

Government amends My Health Record legislation after backlash

Good morning, early birds. The government backs down on unfettered police access to My Health Record data. Plus, Australia and China to participate in joint war games. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Bob Carr’s road to Beijing hits a Kiwi bump

Bob Carr’s road to Beijing hits a Kiwi bump

The China Lobby needs to keep up with what's going on in the region while rehearsing Beijing's talking points.

Crikey Worm: Queensland Police investigate mosque attacks

Crikey Worm: Queensland Police investigate mosque attacks

Good morning, early birds. Reports of repeated attacks on Brisbane mosques. Plus, a new security agreement for the Pacific region has all eyes on China. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Side View: regime change and its discontents

Side View: regime change and its discontents

Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: what to expect in Mexico, a greyhound ate my constitutional rights, and how your credit rating will be assessed just by clicking a link.

The dangers of Australian anti-China rhetoric

The dangers of Australian anti-China rhetoric

Crikey readers share thoughts on how Australian politicians and commentators should approach discussions on China. Plus, overwhelming condemnation for the Catholic Church.

Labor MP says China needs to control the global media, among other things

Labor MP says China needs to control the global media, among other things

A NSW Labor MP has demonstrated that there remain politicians who are eager to parrot China's talking points.

Inside the scandal dividing Beijing’s foreign media community

Inside the scandal dividing Beijing’s foreign media community

A sexual misconduct scandal in the Foreign Correspondents' Club of China has polarised Western journalists working in Beijing, with claims that the fallout is fatally undermining the FCCC's role as an arbiter for press freedom.

Businesses kowtowing to Beijing is nothing new

Businesses kowtowing to Beijing is nothing new

Qantas' recent concession to the Chinese government reminds us that if you want to do business with Beijing, you put up or you piss off.

Swan hits out at intelligence agencies meddling on Chinese interference

Swan hits out at intelligence agencies meddling on Chinese interference

Senior Labor figure Wayne Swan has criticised intelligence agencies for leaking against Labor in the foreign interference debate.