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This article suggests that Australia should institute greater scrutiny in examining potential Chinese investment in the country.
The Port of Darwin lease highlights an urgent need to review how Australia takes account of its national security interests in making decisions about foreign investment.
Despite the apparent optimism about the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement and its benefits for Australia, it is clear that changes to migration rules and our industrial sector could come back...
Australia needs to understand how the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement constitutes a key plank in China's global strategic aspirations, as part of the “Chinese Dream”.
This article examines the State Grid Corporation of China’s bid for the NSW electricity transmission network TransGrid.
The article points to the strategic aims of state-linked Chinese investments in Australia and urges Australia to pay further attention to the strategic threats these pose.
This commentary asks why Chinese naval vessels have recently been given access to the Malaysian port of Kota Kinabalu.
An account of the creation of an armed militia within the Chinese company Landbridge, underlining the close links between the People's Liberation Army and this company which has secured a 99-year...
A short examination of the 99-Year lease on Darwin Port sold to Chinese company Landbridge.
The PRC is aiding its labour-intensive manufacturing operations to move offshore in an effort to reduce pressure on saturated domestic markets, and to expand Chinese economic and thus political...