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Peace and Friendship-2023: Will It Reduce China's Trust Deficit?
A recent land and maritime exercise among China and five Southeast Asian countries highlights some emerging trends but breaks little new ground.
Xenophobia and threats to Australia’s knowledge of China
The failure of the latest round of government-funded research grants to include any topics related to China weakens Australia’s capacity to understand and manage relations with the region’s biggest power, writes Louise Edwards.
The Missed Opportunity of the Biden-XI Summit
The failure of the San Francisco meeting between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping to address punitive trade measures will hurt the global economy – and American firms and households, writes Shang-Jin Wei.
Timor-Leste’s China Relations: Looking for Economic Partners
Timor-Leste is desperate to diversify its economic and investment links and develop its natural resources sector. With an impending fiscal cliff coming, China’s already significant presence in Timor-Leste’s non-oil economy is likely to grow, writes Damien Kingsbury.
Asialink Webinar Series: Australia-China Relations and the Albanese Visit
In light of PM Albanese’s visit to China, Asialink hosted a webinar to discuss the current state of the Australia-China bilateral relationship and expectations for 2024.