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China denies interference amid calls for a relationship reset

7 June 2018
ANU Emeritus Professor Richard Rigby comments on the release of a set of recommendations for Australia's new foreign interference and espionage laws, which pave the way for a vote on the legislation within weeks.

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China, spies and the PM’s new fight

4 June 2018
Questions mount over the direction Malcolm Turnbull is taking with China, as clues emerge from a former adviser’s report with ASIO and an ex-ambassador’s turning on the government.

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Chinese women at West Lake, Hangzhou (Zhou Jia, Flickr)

Do Chinese women get half the credit for holding up half the sky?

8 March 2018
Read CIW Acting Director Jane Golley's East Asia Forum article on the socioeconomic status of women in Xi Jinping's China.

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China spends $12bn more to extend its international influence

7 March 2018
Read CIW Associate Director and ANU China Institute's Executive Director Professor Richard Rigby's comments on China's plans to dramatically boost its spending on foreign affairs.

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China still a revisionist power, its demographics and position biggest impediment

26 December 2017
Global corridors have been buzzing with talks of China trying to change the world order, to challenge the western hegemony.

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Australia urges strong, sustained U.S. engagement in Asia, warns on China

6 December 2017
Read CIW Deputy Director Jane Golley's comments on the Australian government's latest foreign policy white paper that urges strong U.S. engagement in Asia.

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Supporters pose with a banner and Chinese flags as they wait for visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

China’s soft power push

14 September 2017
CIW Associate Director Professor Richard Rigby comments on Chinese influence in Australia.

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Asia and the Pacific Screens S7: Polyphonic Asia

Asia and the Pacific Screens S7: Polyphonic Asia

29 August 2017
This monthly film series offers a fresh window on social realities, cultural transformations and creative imaginings from across Asia and the Pacific, through documentary and feature films made by some of the most entertaining, insightful and uncompromising filmmakers in our region.

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