When a small group of armed insurgents in cars arrived in a village in the Wakhan Corridor, it put a sharp focus on Beijing’s role in Afghanistan.
China’s would-be microchip champion looks more like a national disappointment and is a setback in Xi Jinping’s quest for semiconductor self-reliance.
Jack Marton has been to the Olympics before, in Beijing in 2008 and Rio in 2016 to support his sisters, so thought he knew what he would be in for […]
Fifty years ago, a junior Australian diplomat learned about Henry Kissinger’s covert mission to Beijing. What happened next had real consequences in Canberra.
Johnson does not want “an anti-China spirit” to “pitchfork away every investment from China” but pressed pause on the buyout of a semiconductor maker.
President Xi Jinping appeared on the big screen at a Beijing gala celebrating the party’s history, ahead of his public address from Tiananmen Square on Thursday.
Even though the first known COVID-19 outbreak originated in Wuhan, China has leveraged the pandemic to bolster its global reputation.
Biden says the US is in a competition with China to win the 21st century – but Beijing is on track to beat them.
The Lowy Institute’s annual poll shows trust in China has fallen to record lows and 56 per cent of Australians believe Beijing is more to blame than Canberra for tensions […]
Officials said the Hong Kong government has demanded staff sign a letter supporting Beijing’s claim to Taiwan.
They were introduced to the world as smiling teens in Beijing. Much water has passed between their feet since then as Emily Seebohm and Cate Campbell head to Games number […]
Survey suggests a majority of Australians believe the country should call out Beijing over its approach to Hong Kong and Taiwan, retaliate against Chinese trade sanctions and speak out on […]
Amid a warning about Jakarta’s drift towards Beijing, Australia is set to reinforce the importance of its relationship with the south-east Asian neighbour.
US President Joe Biden also says Beijing must “act more responsibly in terms of international norms, human rights and transparency”.
The move sandwiches China between the world’s first and third-largest economies after the US said it would not leave Australia to face Beijing alone.
Some of the federal government’s fiercest China critics say Labor leader Anthony Albanese is undermining the national interest with comments on Beijing.
Earlier this month, the National Bureau of Statistics said China’s overall population has experienced the lowest rate of growth since 1961 during a famine.
Whether Jacinda Ardern had a different view on China to Australia’s or not, she is clearly back in the Five Eyes tent now.
New Zealand’s decision coincides with Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s visit to Queenstown for a two-day meeting with NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The imprisoned Australian pro-democracy writer will face court in Beijing on Thursday.
Yang Hengjun will face trial for espionage, a development that is sure to strain already fraught ties between Beijing and Canberra.
Foreign investors had good reason to trust Huarong, even as it showed a perilous appetite for risky borrowing and lending. Now they may need to think twice.
A senior spy says the main risk posed by Huawei’s involvement in Australia’s 5G system was not Chinese spying but that Beijing could order the company to disconnect the network […]
China and Indonesia staged a joint naval exercise in the Java Sea only days after Beijing offered to recover the sunken KRI Nanggala 402 off Bali for free
Iron ore hit a record $US200 a tonne on Friday as concerns about Beijing’s dispute with Canberra prompt China’s importers to store up the critical resource.
China has sent a message that dialogue at the political level will be cut off after the superpower suspended the China-Australia Strategic Economic Dialogue.
Defence Minister Peter Dutton has vowed to call out China for its acts of aggression, declaring everyday Australians understood the threats posed by Beijing.
As diplomatic tensions between Beijing and Canberra worsened, the ABC’s foreign correspondent and his partner had to leave everything – immediately.
Chinese authorities have said the changes are aimed at getting rid of loopholes and deficiencies that threaten national security.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne welcomes the Biden administration’s guarantee that the US will not grant China any improvement in relations until Beijing stops its economic coercion of Australia.