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Seeing Red: Labor's China problem

Seeing Red: Labor's China problem

An encounter over a seemingly innocuous sticker on a Labor senator's office door underscored the bitter divisions within Labor over China.

  • by Anthony Galloway

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Chinese Ambassador's Nazi jibe about Liberal MP 'unhelpful': Marise Payne
China relations

Chinese Ambassador's Nazi jibe about Liberal MP 'unhelpful': Marise Payne

Marise Payne says the Chinese ambassador likening Liberal senator Eric Abetz's tactics to Nazi propaganda does not help debate of the Foreign Relations Bill.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Trudeau trades barbs with China after veiled threat to Canadians
Human rights

Trudeau trades barbs with China after veiled threat to Canadians

Ealier the Chinese ambassador to Canada warned Justin Trudeau's government against granting asylum to Hong Kong residents.

How to take quokka selfie: Livestreams give Chinese tourists a taste of WA from afar
Tourism

How to take quokka selfie: Livestreams give Chinese tourists a taste of WA from afar

The campaign has been so successful it has broken viewing records, with the first five episodes attracting a combined total live audience of 200,000 viewers.

  • by Hamish Hastie
'Possible to imagine': Putin says Russia-China military alliance can't be ruled out
World politics

'Possible to imagine': Putin says Russia-China military alliance can't be ruled out

Russia and China have hailed their “strategic partnership,” but so far rejected any talk about the possibility of their forming a military alliance.

'Kevin is hopeless on this': Turnbull and Rudd trade blows, and some agreement, on China
National security

'Kevin is hopeless on this': Turnbull and Rudd trade blows, and some agreement, on China

Former prime ministers Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull say the comments of China's former ambassador show Beijing is willing to step up engagement with Australia.

  • by Anthony Galloway
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'Consequences catastrophic': Dutton says cyber attacks on critical infrastructure rising
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Information security

'Consequences catastrophic': Dutton says cyber attacks on critical infrastructure rising

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton will warn Australia is continuing to experience a rise in cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, saying the potential consequences could be "catastrophic".

  • by Anthony Galloway
Report uncovers tax records showing Trump's China plans and deductions
Trump's White House

Report uncovers tax records showing Trump's China plans and deductions

China is one of only three foreign nations — the others are Britain and Ireland — where Trump maintains a bank account, according to The New York Times

Lynas highlights global moves to secure rare earths
Rare earths

Lynas highlights global moves to secure rare earths

The rare earths miner said it is actively engaging with governments over plans to ease China’s grip over the crucial sector which has become central to global trade tensions.

  • by Colin Kruger
Australia should embrace closer defence links with India
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Defence

Australia should embrace closer defence links with India

Stronger defence engagement through the Quad is an opportunity to deepen and broaden Australia's relationship with India.

  • by Salvatore Babones
From the Archives, 1950: China invades Tibet
Flashback

From the Archives, 1950: China invades Tibet

For much of its history, the Chinese had claimed sovereignty over Tibet. Seventy years ago, the People's Republic of China launched a full-scale invasion of the tiny nation.

  • by Staff reporters and AAP