Lurid reports of Chinese hacking omit that we engage in exactly the same — and occasionally worse — cyber-espionage.
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou may restart the US-China trade war, but it will just be a headwind of the looming global financial crash.
Good morning, early birds. PM Scott Morrison has announced a plan to reduce Australia’s migration cap, China has been revealed as the perpetrator of a number of cyber thefts in Australia, and a new scheme will give domestic violence victims early access to their super. It’s the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Crikey readers reckon with the political reemergence of Mark Latham and discuss Dan Andrews' China deals.
Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: the Chinese do infrastructure as badly as the rest of us, education and inequality, and voices from beyond the grave.
Victorian Labor has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations from Chinese interests. Now it refuses to make public its secret deal with Beijing. It's not a good look.
With China renewing its commitment to territorial claims, and reactionaries like Donald Trump at the helm, the long-running South China Sea dispute could turn south very quickly.
Crikey readers discuss the government's "white supremacy" moment and Scott Morrison's chances with China.
Scott Morrison is quietly continuing Malcolm Turnbull's attempts to mend relations with the wannabe regional hegemon, but he has his work cut out for him.
Australia — as well as the rest of the world — continues to look away from the active campaign of large-scale repression in China’s north-west Xinjiang province.