Many of those accused of having taken part in the ethnic repression are already under US sanctions but the “genocide” designation means new measures will be easier to impose.
- by Matthew Lee
But scores of others remain stranded in the multibillion-dollar trade dispute between Australia and China.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
Recent Australian government attempts to seek retribution against China's trade bans and restrictions are looking increasingly like own goals.
- by Elizabeth Knight
Before the ruling was announced, Huawei chartered a 777 Boeing from China Southern Airlines ready to take Meng back to China, should the decision on double criminality come down in her favour.
- by Moira Warburton
A highly sensitive document outlining the United States' strategy for the Indo-Pacific represented a strong blueprint for the region but Donald Trump never followed it.
- by Anthony Galloway
The new passport enlarges the word "Taiwan" in English and removes "Republic of China".
- by Yimou Lee and Anne Wang
Democracies around the world have criticised China after Hong Kong police rounded up more than 50 prominent pro-democracy campaigners and accused them of trying to overthrow the government.
- by Latika Bourke
India has become embroiled in Australia's trade dispute with China as dozens of sailors remain trapped on ships full of Australian coal off China's coast.
- by Nick Bonyhady and Anthony Galloway
Billionaire Ant Group co-founder Jack Ma hasn't been seen in public since Chinese regulators torpedoed Ant Group's $US35 billion IPO.
- by Edwin Chan
Age readers discuss growing inequality and insecure employment.