As promised, China’s government has highlighted Australia’s record on war crimes, racial discrimination and indigenous treatment, amid the diplomatic row.
The Coalition has increased the foreign aid budget for the first time but it is only a start.
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.
There is concern Australian academics are giving Beijing access to their technologies and inventions through talent recruitment schemes controlled by the CCP.
Recent Australian government attempts to seek retribution against China’s trade bans and restrictions are looking increasingly like own goals.
China has reported an average of 109 new cases a day over the past week, just as the WHO’s inspectors arrive to investigate the origins of the pandemic.
The new passport enlarges the word “Taiwan” in English and removes “Republic of China”.
Wang Yi has called for future relations to be improved, saying a confrontation between the US and China would “spell disaster” for “humanity as a whole”.
This is the first known conviction of someone who chronicled authorities’ early struggle to manage the outbreak.
The federal government is considering tearing up a research deal that experts say could allow the work of Australian scientists to be used by the Chinese government.
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 […]
An Australian writer detained in China for almost two years has been interrogated more than 300 times in a Beijing prison.
The Nepalese PM has dissolved Parliament in the face of rising dissatisfaction with his job performance even within the ranks of his own party.
China chose not to go on the attack when acknowledging it has been reported to the World Trade Organisation.
The official report quoting China’s reform commission is the most direct statement to date of an outright ban.
The Morrison government is looking for alternative markets for billions of dollars worth of exports hit by China’s trade strikes.
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The Victorian Premier says any federal government move to tear up the state’s trade deal with China will only escalate tensions with Beijing.
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.
Fortescue says iron ore stocks at China’s ports are projected to shrink in early 2021, fuelling stronger demand for Australia’s top export.
The hotly-anticipated $1.3 billion float of Queensland’s largest coal export facility has turned sour as investors cool on defensive assets and export outlook.
Security agencies warned the Modi government that at least four of India’s most wanted insurgent leaders were in China city to train and source weapons.
Australia is looking to bring in new human rights sanctions just as tensions with China are growing. Why is the world adopting Magnitsky laws – and why does Vladimir Putin […]
Cool diplomatic heads and political bipartisanship will help diffuse the escalating row with China.
As a novel coronavirus seeped from Wuhan to the rest of China and landed on our shores, our health scientists were already at work. Eleven months later, they still have […]
The Socceroo midfielder’s exit from Brighton and Hove Albion caught many by surprise, but it appears to be paying off for him in more ways than one.
In the 12 months to October this year, sales of Australian wine in Britain grew by 10 per cent to be worth $1.3 billion.
From the time Gough Whitlam set foot in China during the early 1970s to establish diplomatic relations, Australia’s ties with the communist state have been largely based on mutual self-interest.
It’s hard to recall a time in our history that we’ve turned our back on such significant money for the sake of some political judgment.
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.