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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.
Is Australian Sovereignty at Risk amid Torrent of Chinese Investment?
Australian exposure to Chinese investment is in actual fact limited and that Australian government and authorities have not hesitated to act in cases where Chinese investment have raised national security concerns.
2017/05/03 | Danielle Cave
China's Diplomatic Stunt Over Taiwan in Australia Was Not Surprising
The Chinese embassy in Canberra should pray that audio and video of what transpired never appears online, writes Danielle Cave.
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.
2016/08/26 | J. Michael Cole
OP-ED: Should Mao Enter the Building?
Two scheduled concerts in Australia honoring Chairman Mao have sparked calls for boycotts. Let them sing and dance and spin all they want in his honor. Our job isn’t to silence them, as this would make us no better than the CCP.
2017/02/01 | Peter Cai
Can Australia Capitalize on its Chinese Advantage?
Australia must capitalize on the Chinese diaspora, writes Peter Cai.
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.
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.
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.
2016/01/27 | TNL 編輯
Australian Leaders Unite to Sign Declaration Calling for A Republic
Australia is a constitutional monarchy, with Britain's Queen Elizabeth as head of state. With the declaration, almost all of Australia’s political leaders, including the prime minister and opposition leader, now support the country’s push toward becoming a republic, a move that would be an important assertion of Australians’ national identity.