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U.S.: Canceled Visits May Harm Relationship With Pacific Island Nations

May 17, 2023 | 19:27 GMT

Australia, U.S.: Allkem Strikes Merger With Livent to Create New Lithium Giant

May 10, 2023 | 14:49 GMT

Australia: Government Endorses Historic Defense Reform

Apr 24, 2023 | 16:24 GMT

China, Australia: Countries Take Further Steps to Repair Trade Ties

Apr 11, 2023 | 17:07 GMT

Canada, Australia: Western Countries Announce Investigation, Possible Lawsuit Against ChatGPT

Apr 5, 2023 | 18:45 GMT

China, Australia: Cooperation and Competition Simultaneously on Display

Mar 22, 2023 | 19:19 GMT

U.S., Australia: Washington Details Plan to Send Nuclear-Powered Submarines to Australia

Mar 14, 2023 | 17:02 GMT

China: Government Eases Ban on Imports of Australian Coal

Jan 4, 2023 | 17:46 GMT
Australian opposition leader Anthony Albanese and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (R) debate on live TV ahead of the federal election on May 8, 2022, in Sydney.
SnapshotsMay 19, 2022
The Implications of Australia's Election for Energy and China Policy
A natural gas-powered stove Nov. 03, 2021, in Berlin.
GuidanceApr 30, 2022
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An Australian flag waves as a warship transits a waterway in the background in a photo taken on Jan. 18, 2020.
SnapshotsApr 29, 2022
Australia Accelerates Its Military Development to Deter Chinese Encroachment
From left to right, the foreign ministers of the United States, Australia, India and Japan hold a press conference after a Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) meeting in Melbourne on Feb. 11, 2022.
GuidanceMar 19, 2022
The Weekly Rundown: Biden Visits Europe to Discuss Ukraine, India Meets With Fellow Quad Members
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi speaks Feb. 28, 2022, during the opening of a session of the U.N. Human Rights Council after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
AssessmentsMar 16, 2022
The Strategic Imperatives Shaping China's Response to the Ukraine War
A combination of file photos shows Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping (right).
SnapshotsMar 7, 2022
Despite China's Warming Tone on Australia, Bilateral Ties Will Remain Icy
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