China farewells Trump-era officials, including ‘lying and cheating’ Pompeo, with sanctions

Pompeo and the others had “planned, promoted and executed a series of crazy moves [and] gravely interfered in China’s internal affairs” China’s government said.

China talent programs may be accessing Australian technology, linked to grant fraud

There is concern Australian academics are giving Beijing access to their technologies and inventions through talent recruitment schemes controlled by the CCP.

From ‘Daddy Ma’ to ‘evil capitalist’: why China turned against Jack Ma

On its surface, the shift in Ma’s public image stems in large part from the Chinese government’s growing criticism of his business empire. A deeper look reveals a deeper and […]

‘Don’t worry about me’: Australian writer detained in Beijing declares innocence in letter to supporters

An Australian writer detained in China for almost two years has been interrogated more than 300 times in a Beijing prison.

‘That’s not leadership’: Andrews warns cutting Belt and Road will hurt Australian business

The Victorian Premier says any federal government move to tear up the state’s trade deal with China will only escalate tensions with Beijing.

US ambassador warns about Australia’s reliance on China in ‘provocative’ message to WA

The outgoing United States ambassador to Australia has sent a stern warning about Australia’s economic reliance on China in one of his last official acts before returning to Washington.

Untested war crime allegations let China attack us: Liberal MP Hastie

Liberal MP Andrew Hastie has lashed the Australian Defence Force for releasing allegations special forces soldiers murdered children in Afghanistan, saying it has allowed China to malign Australian troops.