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Pro-democracy protesters during anti-government protests in Bangkok (Image: SOPA Images/Geem Drake)

Thailand at a tipping point as Hunger Games protests reach fever pitch

Fears are growing about how the Thai military will respond to a protest movement calling for major political reform.

New Naratif founder and managing director Dr Ping Tjin (PJ) Thum in his home where police have seized his laptop (Image: Supplied)

How they deal with a defiant media in Singapore’s ‘democracy’

Independent media outlet New Naratif says when transparency and accountability go, governance and democracy go too.

Xi Jinping and Scott Morrison (Images: AAP)

It's not just China — everyone plays in the world of open-source intelligence

Before we clutch our pearls about the Chinese, remember we've been doing all that and worse for a long time.

The front page of The Australian on Friday August 28, 2020 (Image: The Australian)

And the blame game goes round and round: ScoMo and News Corp on the China carousel

The blame China carousel keeps on spinning, and neither News Corp nor the government are showing any sign of wanting to get off.

Banned pro-democracy leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit (Image: Wikimedia)

Thai protesters seek fresh change in a broken system

Inspired by Hong Kong, protesters have marched in Thailand, hoping for major reforms under the country's military junta.

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Morrison makes two-thirds of the right call on Hong Kong. China's rage proves it

The government has made the right call in dumping its extradition treaty with Hong Kong and allowing students and temporary workers to stay. But is it genuinely concerned about human rights, or just about picking up "talent"?

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China briefing: the training courses designed to 'tell China’s story well' in Australia

It's perfectly legal to undertake foreign government 'training courses'. Just don't keep it a secret.

Protesters clash with police in Hong Kong, 2019 (Image: AP/Vincent Yu)

Welcoming Hongkongers a no-brainer for a country in desperate need of migrants

There could be no better time than now to open our doors to Hong Kong people eager to flee the monstrous Beijing regime.

Daniel Andrews at a function organised by the Chinese Community Council of Australia formally apologising for racist policies aimed at Chinese miners 160 years ago (Image: AAP/Mal Fairclough)

Media misses the mark on Chinese interference in Australia

Journalists need to do their homework before drawing links between Beijing's United Front efforts and the work of community groups run by Chinese Australians.

Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Why the Gilespie case is a warning to all Australians in China — and Canberra

Australian citizens are increasingly at risk in the escalating diplomatic fight between Canberra and Beijing.

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