Policy BriefsEnhancing Australia's Taiwan ties
Australia has limited its economic and political engagements with Taiwan due to fears of upsetting China. Is now the right time for change?
CommentaryConcerns over China-backed high-speed railway do not derail Indonesia’s agency
Originally published in Channel News Asia, 6 November 2023.
CommentaryManaging power conflict spillover in Straits of Malacca and Singapore
Originally published in The Jakarta Post, 6 November 2023.
CommentaryLabor's AUKUS woes a boon for Beijing
Originally published in the Australian Financial Review, 3 November 2023.
CommentaryChina-Australia thaw reveals limits of Beijing's economic coercion
Originally published in Nikkei Asia, 25 October 2023.
CommentaryChina is steadily building an alternative world order
Originally published in the Australian Financial Review on 29 September 2023.
CommentaryChina's grip on Southeast Asia tightens as U.S. influence wanes
Originally published in Nikkei Asia
AnalysesChips, subsidies, security, and great power competition
Motives in the tech competition between the United States and China pose increasingly difficult policy issues for other economies.
Research NotesCountering Chinese economic coercion: enhanced cooperation between Australia and Europe
China appears increasingly confident in aligning itself politically against the West. But there are ways for Australia and Europe to even the balance.
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