The government had no choice but to respond to China’s new crackdown but it has done so carefully.
Challenging the West’s traditional dominance of the industry, China has brought state, military and private sectors together in a quest to combat the disease.
Australians living in and travelling to China have been warned they may be arbitrarily detained.
Amazon crosses the $US3000 a share mark while Wall Street is boosted on a rebound in US services industry activity in June and expectations of a revival in China’s economy.
Huawei has lost the anglosphere. The telecommunications giant that symbolised China’s economic rise will no longer build 5G networks across Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States and now Britain.
Not one organisation or person from China is yet on the list of people and organisations that Britain’s new human rights legislation will target.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson will now introduce a new route for the territory’s citizens to settle in the United Kingdom, putting pressure on Australia to make a similar offer.
Defence Minister Linda Reynolds will warn China’s actions have “deeply unsettled” the Indo-Pacific region and put Australia’s security at risk.
Chinese-Australians accused of subversive activities will be subject to extraordinary new national security laws imposed by Beijing on Hong Kong if they return home.
Australia now realises it lacks the tools for holding hostile forces of a major adversary at bay.
Mainland national security agencies will operate in Hong Kong for the first time as residents fear Beijing is moving to stamp out all dissent.
Chinese investors are angry and it is set to force Beijing to backpedal on rules meant to clamp down on the unruly underbelly of its banking system.
There are signs Chinese president Xi Jinping wants to push through in coming days a new national security law that would crack down on political dissent in Hong Kong.
The old Chinatown uncovered during Cross River Rail works was home to drunks, petty thieves and prostitutes, as well as traders and shopkeepers from China and other Asian countries.
A remote group of islands is becoming the scene of a major geopolitical stand-off, with Beijing making the running so far.
Thwarted from returning home during the pandemic, some young Chinese abroad are questioning their patriotism for the first time.
The Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom contradicts China’s claim that its authoritarian rule resulted in a better response to coronavirus.
The two parties reached an agreement following the deadliest clash over the disputed territory in 45 years.
Australians feel less safe, increasingly distrustful of China, disappointed in the US and fear the economy is about to tank – but there is some good news.
China will have overarching powers over the enforcement of a new national security law in Hong Kong, according to details released on Saturday that signalled the deepest change to the […]
The fate of the Australian actor now appears increasingly to be tied to the many diplomatic strains between the two countries.
The charges are an apparent bid to step up pressure on Canada to drop a US extradition request for a Huawei executive under house arrest in Vancouver.
G7 leading economies calls on China to reconsider move to impose national security law in Hong Kong.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne may want to add the US to her campaign against Chinese and Russian disinformation.
The Trade Minister has left the door open to Australia partnering with China on infrastructure projects in other countries under an agreement signed in 2017.
Cricket superstar Virat Kohli issued a statement in support of the Indian army on Wednesday as China refuses to confirm number of casualties.
Chinese scientists report new progress in building what appears to be the first unbreakable information link between an orbiting craft and its terrestrial controllers.
China has halted imports from European salmon suppliers amid fears they might be linked to a coronavirus outbreak at a Beijing market, although experts say the fish itself is unlikely […]
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