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Commentary
Beijing crackdown will squeeze business
Investors will make a grave mistake by ignoring how much China's new national security law will change Hong Kong. Originally published in the Australian Financial Review.
Emerging From COVID: Policy Responses To The Pandemic
Interactives
Emerging From COVID: Policy Responses To The Pandemic
In this new feature, Lowy Institute experts provide policy recommendations for Australia to address issues that are critical to our nation’s — and the world’s —…
Policy Briefs
Emerging from COVID: Policy Responses to the Pandemic
Lowy Institute experts provide policy recommendations for Australia to address issues that are critical to our nation's — and the world's — successful emergence from the pandemic.
Commentary
How to fight China's cyber-warriors
We must persuade Beijing that it should do it as it would be done by in cyber space. Rules are much better than retaliation. Originally published in the Australian Financial…
Commentary
China’s rise not as certain as they’d have us believe
Originally published in The Australian.
Commentary
Taiwan’s wildcard
Originally published in The La Trobe Asia Brief, a publication from La Trobe Asia based at La Trobe University.
Commentary
Australia can expect China to lash out more often. We must foster resilience and sangfroid
We should not compromise on our fundamental beliefs but focus on the factors that are within our control. Originally published in The Guardian. 
COVIDcast: Xi Jinping and COVID-19
Podcasts
COVIDcast: Xi Jinping and COVID-19
COVIDcast is a Lowy Institute pop-up podcast for anyone interested in understanding the effect of coronavirus on global politics. Each week for the next few weeks, Lowy Institute…
Commentary
With an ailing domestic economy, can China still pursue its global plans?
Soaring unemployment and a struggling economy must be tackled before its leaders can return to threats and bluster. Originally published in The Guardian.