The universities of Sydney, New South Wales, Monash and Queensland have engaged former journalist and policy adviser John Garnaut to detect foreign interference risks.
Racism, the fear of cancel culture and government pressure are influencing how universities, galleries and student journalists deal with China on campus.
The Chinese Communist Party is cracking down on the country’s biggest e-commerce company, warning it not to stifle competition.
It faces a multitrillion-dollar bill or an overhaul of its fertility and retirement systems.
Australia has struggled to get its relationship with China back on track ever since the Morrison government pushed for an independent inquiry into the outbreak of COVID-19.
Australian businesses have produced a plan for a high-level trade mission to China, but political tensions between the two nations present some difficulties.
The removal of a Sydney University online article exposing links between professors and the Chinese government was the wrong call, but there is no free speech crisis on campus.
China has already proved how effectively it can mobilise against the coronavirus. Now it has set itself a new goal.
The Commonwealth will probe a third deal between the Andrews government and China to advance public-private partnerships for infrastructure projects, signed separately to Victoria’s controversial Belt and Road deal.
Federal Education Minister Alan Tudge has criticised Sydney University’s student newspaper for taking down a report revealing academics’ links to the Chinese government, saying the move highlights the importance of […]
The campaign of harassment included being trailed by secret police on the morning the journalist couple hastily left the country.
IPAC was formed last year, partly in response to China’s bullying of Australia after Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for an inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.
The unusual steps taken by one lamb producer to end the suspension of its export licence opens a window into the murky world of the meat trade with China.
China has announced new sanctions against US and Canadian officials in a growing political and economic feud over its policies in the traditionally Muslim region of Xinjiang.
Australian winemakers have been hit by fresh tariffs from China that will deliver a sharp economic blow to the sector.
Lobster sales across Australia have continued to surge as restaurants and pubs put them on the menu. Taiwan says it wants to work together as it weathers a trade strike […]
While Volkswagen describes Australia as “an automotive Third World”, the US, Britain, Europe and China are seizing the opportunities of the electric vehicle revolution.
America’s top diplomat called on democratic nations to work together to counter China’s “aggressive actions” and technological advancements.
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Tesla cars have been banned from Chinese military complexes and housing compounds because of concerns about sensitive data being collected by cameras built into the vehicles.
A rare legal win in China has offered hope to other who’ve been harassed that China’s laws targeting sexual harassment are growing sharper teeth.
The superpower’s message to the US at the Alaskan meeting was blunt: the world didn’t need American-style international rules any more.
Hong Kongers who fled China’s repressive crackdown have urged British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to consider recognising their qualifications in order to make their resettlements in Britain an easier experience.
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.
Beijing has revealed few details of the charges against “the two Michaels”, held since December 2018.
The US Secretary of State mentioned China in the same breath as Myanmar, North Korea and other countries in which he said threatened democracy and stability.
The attack left Parliament House without email for 19 hours as staff worked on a fix.
The report punctures a counter-narrative pushed by Trump’s allies that China was interfering on Biden’s behalf, concluding that Beijing “did not deploy interference efforts.”
The Biden administration in Washington is showing strong signs it will go into bat for Australian exporters if China continues to pursue punitive trade measures.