China sent 18 J-16 and four Su-30 fighter jets, two nuclear-capable H-6 bombers, an anti-submarine aircraft and another 13 planes into Taiwanese airspace on its National Day.
Today on Please Explain, North Asia correspondent Eryk Bagshaw joins Jess Irvine to discuss the problems confronting China’s second biggest property company.
Beijing won’t want to do an about-face on its Australia coal ban but as local supplies run out it might not have any choice.
Army General Mark Milley has defended two calls he made to his Chinese counterpart, saying he was responding to “concerning intelligence” that China was worried about a US attack.
Opaque new measures to limit abortion and increase the birth rate have prompted widespread concern among China’s new generation of empowered women.
The White House’s program – Build Back Better for the World – aims to win back some of the ground China has gained with its massive foreign policy project.
Investors could be in for more choppiness as markets continue to have a mixed September.
Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou arrived in China on Saturday after more than 1,000 days under house arrest in Canada following a deal with US prosecutors to end a […]
The leaders deliberately avoided mentioning China by name, but countering the rising superpower dominated every aspect of the summit.
Investors are split on the merits of investing in China amid an unprecedented period of market volatility, triggered by the CCP’s interventionist approach to markets.
As a founding member of both AUKUS and the Quad, Australia is discrediting the prophets of permanent identity crisis and existential anguish.
China’s central bank said all cryptocurrency-related transactions are illegal and must be banned, sending the strongest signal yet on its determination to crack down on the industry.
Australian universities have welcomed a plan to bring 500 students into Australia, but want the government to recognise Chinese-based coronavirus vaccines to attract Chinese students.
A parliamentarian and three activists were told to avoid countries with China extradition treaties after they were named in a Hong Kong trial.
When the villagers left the Shengsi Islands in the early 1990s, China’s property market was at the start of a boom that would last until this year.
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet confirmed the plan to restart the state’s critical international higher education sector had been finalised and would form part of the state’s road map to reopening […]
For 25 years Evergrande built its empire on China’s rapid urbanisation. A newly mobile middle class needed units to live in, music to listen to and stadiums to fill.
A Labor MP rejects the former prime minister’s stance on Xi Jinping’s China and his criticism of Australia’s AUKUS defence pact.
The Australian economy’s reliance on China’s appetite for the steelmaking ingredient iron ore is now seriously exposed as Xi Jinping tries to hose down the massive bubble in the property […]
The move comes as Hong Kong’s property gauge dropped the most since May 2020 amid growing investor angst about China’s real estate crackdown and worries that Beijing may tighten grip […]
China Evergrande Group bondholders are about to find out if the property giant’s liquidity crisis is as dire as it appears.
The AUKUS defence pact is unlikely to have a material impact on iron ore prices in the short-term, investors say, but warned of longer-term risks of pinning the country’s defence […]
Shortly after condemning Australia, the US and the UK for forming AUKUS, China applied to join the trans-pacific trade deal established to isolate Beijing.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will be looking at the US-France feud with pleasure and amazement.
The new defence pact with the US and Britain contains too many unanswered questions, writes the former prime minister.
Australia’s new military pact with the US and Britain has sent shockwaves around the world, with China labelling it an “extremely irresponsible” threat to regional stability.
The AUKUS pact is a demonstration of how rapidly the global security environment has changed, and that’s summed up in three words: China under Xi.
Australia is making a clear choice of the US over China with the AUKUS pact – and the fundamental decision is bipartisan.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the new alliance with the US and UK “aggravates the arms race and hurts the international non-proliferation efforts”.
Australia must ensure that it deters China without starting an unstable arms race.