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We Need a Deeper Understanding of Chinese Politics
We need a better understanding of the complexities of Chinese politics – treating it like a ‘Black Box’ will leave us poorly equipped for a world where China is the other superpower, writes Louise Edwards.
Whitlam’s Engagement Policy Lives On, But Times Have Changed
Anthony Albanese exploited historic symbolism in his visit to China this week and succeeded in restoring some channels of communication. But as Jingdong Yuan writes, risks remain over different visions of the region’s strategic future.
Little Room for Nostalgia on Albanese China Trip
When Anthony Albanese visits China this weekend, marking 50 years since the first visit by a Labor Prime Minister, there will be little room for nostalgia writes Elena Collinson. The current Labor government faces a more challenging China and adheres to a blueprint crafted by its conservative predecessor.
Explaining China’s Fertility Drought
The answer to China’s stubbornly low fertility rate might lie in more attention to gender equality, starting in the home, writes Qian Liu.
The G7’s Anti-Coercion Campaign Against China Could Backfire
Moves by the G7 to oppose China’s market-distorting industrial policies could inadvertently encourage other countries to resort to protectionism, exacerbating uncertainty and impeding global trade, writes Lili Yan Ing.