China's rise has been spectacular — hundreds of millions of people lifted out of poverty by their hard work. But we often lose perspective on just how powerful the country is, writes Kori Schake.
The strongly-worded comments follow the Australian Government's recently-unveiled "pivot to the Pacific", with Prime Minister Scott Morrison promising closer defence and security ties with Australia's Pacific neighbours as a bulwark against rising Chinese influence.
The Victorian Government releases the Memorandum of Understanding with Beijing over the controversial One Belt One Road deal. Here's what it means for Australia.
This week world leaders descend on Papua New Guinea for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, an event that has stoked controversy before it even begins.
The Chinese President arrives in Africa on a four-nation visit seeking deeper military and economic ties while his rival in a bitter trade war, the Trump administration, shows little interest in the world's second most populous continent.
The concessional loan agreement to build a four-lane, 47-kilometre city ring road in Phnom Penh comes as China and Cambodia celebrated the 60th anniversary of their diplomatic ties.
Pyongyang's playbook has repeated for decades in cycles of provocation, crisis, engagement, negotiation, and breakdown. However, it has played out at a faster pace since Kim Jong-un took power, writes Euan Graham.
Anxiety about China's rise is unlikely to abate any time soon — Australia needs to remain calm and realise the region is changing rapidly, writes Tony Walker.
Shares and the Australian dollar rally as Chinese President Xi Jinping promises to lower import tariffs on products, including cars, helping soothe investor jitters over an escalating US-China trade row.