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2019/02/18 | Global Voices
INTERVIEW: Inside Australia's Decision to Ban Chinese Tycoon Huang Xiangmo
An interview with researcher W.L. Yeung by the Chinese Border-Crossing Question and Answer Project.
2019/09/27 | Will Peyton
Beijing's Overreach in Australia: From 'Chinese Influence' to 'Beijing Interference'
Australia's peculiar relationship with China alludes to a lack of discussion between the Australian society and authorities.
2020/02/10 | The Interpreter
Australia-Indonesia: An Uncertain World Makes for Firm Friends
Australia and Indonesia have more and more in common, a fact which should challenge old tropes about their differences.
2019/08/16 | The Interpreter
Australia to Examine Press Freedom After Police Raids on Journalists
The Australian government is reviewing press freedom protection after the police raided a journalist's home and a newsroom in June.
2016/09/24 | Amy Maguire
Australia Should Take a Stand on Filipino Woman Facing Execution in Indonesia
Australia’s selective advocacy on behalf of people subject to the death penalty weakens its campaigns for individual Australians at risk of execution.
2016/08/12 | James Laurenceson
ANALYSIS: Australia Blocks Chinese Investment on 'National Security'
An Australian expert says the Ausgrid decision will hurt Australia-China relations.
Shining Light on the Pacific’s Dark Networks
Pacific Island nations have increasingly become transit hubs for large shipments of illicit drugs. Intelligence-gathering activities targeting entire network functions are required.
2017/05/18 | Emma Connors
Is the Vietnamese Diaspora Key to Canberra-Hanoi Relations?
‘This is an incredibly interesting but also a challenging time for the identity of the Vietnamese diaspora. There is a lot of change underway.'
2018/07/19 | Policy Forum
ANALYSIS: Russia's Expanding Asia-Pacific Power Play
In the absence of strong relations with Western nations, Russia may be making its own pivot to Asia. This should motivate Australia and ASEAN states to fortify their own presences in the area.
2017/07/21 | Dr Anthony Bergin
Beneath the Surface: Fisheries Diplomacy and the South China Sea
The dynamiting of reefs, plus overfishing, illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, and the impacts of climate change are all having an impact on fish stocks in the contested waters of the South China Sea. Anthony Bergin takes a look at what Australia could do about it.
2017/03/05 | Hussain Nadim
How Islamic Extremism Seeped into Rural Australia
Extremism has reached rural Australia which prompts a fresh look at the three drivers: ideology, economics, and politics, says Hussain Nadim.
2017/03/13 | TNL Staff
Chinese Spies in Taiwan; Asylum in Australia for Chinese Journalist; Indonesia Terror Attack Foiled
Asia Morning Update: A quick roundup of the most important news from around the region.
2017/03/28 | Jackson Kwok
How China’s Media Saw Li Keqiang’s Australian Visit
Chinese state media coverage of the premier’s visit aimed to promote China as a champion of global free trade and open markets.
2016/09/01 | J. Michael Cole
BREAKING: Controversial Mao Concerts Cancelled
The performances glorifying a man who was responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of Chinese were too much for many Chinese Australian.
2016/06/23 | Fran Martin
Overseas Study An ‘Escape Route’ for Young Chinese Women
For women from China’s post-1990 generation, the greater availability of educational opportunities and influences from transnational cultural and media flows mean they tend to see their own gendered identity in a more individualized way.