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Don't expect Australia to follow US on Chinese media crackdown

Don't expect Australia to follow US on Chinese media crackdown

It's going to take more than the US government's crackdown on Chinese state-run media for Australia to budge on the issue.

Coronavirus hits Australian wine exports hard

Coronavirus hits Australian wine exports hard

The Australian wine industry has already taken a hit due to the bushfires. Further loss of sales could be devastating.

Kevin Rudd's think tank opens up new questions in China debate

Kevin Rudd's think tank opens up new questions in China debate

Critics are questioning whether the Kevin Rudd-helmed Asia Society Policy Institute can maintain any sort of balance on China.

Diversity in adversity: how Australian media is failing the coronavirus test

Diversity in adversity: how Australian media is failing the coronavirus test

Our news media needs expertise and resources. Sadly, it's only the ABC that's delivering.

Australian universities brace for financial fallout from coronavirus

Australian universities brace for financial fallout from coronavirus

A large portion of Australia's $35.2 billion international education market comes from Chinese students. How much will this drop in 2020?

Fears Chinese New Year celebrations will spread killer virus across region

Fears Chinese New Year celebrations will spread killer virus across region

Hundreds of millions of people traverse China during the festival period.

Beijing influence-peddling falls short in Taiwan

Beijing influence-peddling falls short in Taiwan

Australia will be heartened by Taiwan's rejection of Beijing, but should expect regional tensions to escalate.

India shutters the internet in support of its nationalist agenda

India shutters the internet in support of its nationalist agenda

Millions of people in India are being denied access to the internet, which is having direct impact on the economy, education and human rights.

Are Hong Kong protests hurting Australian business?

Are Hong Kong protests hurting Australian business?

While protests continue to be a new part of daily life in Hong Kong, the region's status as an economic hub seems to be standing strong.

Kevin Rudd is not registered as an agent of foreign influence in Australia... yet

Kevin Rudd is not registered as an agent of foreign influence in Australia... yet

Once a tough talker on China-Australia relations, Kevin Rudd has assiduously rebuilt his ties with Beijing and worked his way back into its good graces.