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Biden’s trade attack on China will reverberate around the world

Biden’s trade attack on China will reverberate around the world

The world is experiencing a significant turning point in what for decades has been the increasingly China-centric globalisation of manufacturing.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz

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Remaking ‘Made in the USA’: Biden orders review into supply chains to counter China

Remaking ‘Made in the USA’: Biden orders review into supply chains to counter China

The administration will then take a closer look at six sectors: defence, public health and biological preparedness, communications technology, transportation, energy, and food production.

  • by Josie Ensor
Expect more ruck and maul from Craig Kelly, Liberal breakaway

Expect more ruck and maul from Craig Kelly, Liberal breakaway

The maverick Liberal’s political future is unlikely to last long now that he’s left the party, but it could be long enough to make trouble for Scott Morrison.

  • by John Hewson
Sleep, weekends, Biden: Washington adjusts to new post-Trump normality

Sleep, weekends, Biden: Washington adjusts to new post-Trump normality

CNN and MSNBC, whose journalists and personalities have spent years challenging Trump’s policies, have quietly reduced the number of Trump-focused journalists working on contract in recent months.

  • by Katie Rogers
Biden’s balancing act to turn back the clock on Iran

Biden’s balancing act to turn back the clock on Iran

Washington’s long history of difficulties in the Middle East is down to conflicting interests.

  • by The Herald's View
China wants Biden to make the first move to thaw tensions. It could be a long wait
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China wants Biden to make the first move to thaw tensions. It could be a long wait

China is making it clear that it expects the Biden administration to take the first steps to fix a relationship frozen by Donald Trump’s trade and tech wars and sanctions for human rights abuses. That’s unlikely to happen.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
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‘If America is smart, it will back Australia’: Cormann prepares for OECD decision

‘If America is smart, it will back Australia’: Cormann prepares for OECD decision

US officials are being urged to throw their support behind the former finance minister Mathias Cormann for the OECD’s top job.

  • by Bevan Shields
Albanese courts Christian groups in social justice pitch

Albanese courts Christian groups in social justice pitch

The Labor leader will use a speech on Monday that Australia “shouldn’t walk past those who are in need or suffering” as it emerges from the deepest financial crisis since the Great Depression.

  • by Rob Harris
Biden says world must prepare for ‘long-term’ competition with China

Biden says world must prepare for ‘long-term’ competition with China

In his first foreign policy speech, the US President said democracies must prevail and not become “a relic of history”.

  • by Latika Bourke
The obscure Philadelphia band loved by two US presidents

The obscure Philadelphia band loved by two US presidents

Low Cut Connie’s epic, 17-track sixth album, “Private Lives”, could be the one that finally breaks them to the world inhabited by people who aren’t famous or in the know.

  • by Barry Divola
Democrats eye path to citizenship in new immigration bill

Democrats eye path to citizenship in new immigration bill

The bill would be a sharp reversal of Trump administration policies, and parts are likely to face opposition from a number of Republicans.

  • by Alexandra Jaffe