Former Trade Minister Andrew Robb's criticism may be a little exaggerated, but there's no doubt the relationship is tricky and still needs work.
Trump and Kim’s latest summit fizzled - is anyone truly surprised? But what does it mean?
Julian Burnside’s vanity candidacy on behalf of the Greens for the hitherto safe Coalition Melbourne suburban seat of Kooyong got people’s attention momentarily.
No matter who forms government after the next election, managing Australia's relationship with China will continue to be a major challenge, and vitally important in a region remaking itself.
The standoff over Australian coal imports through Dalian sends a powerful political message: that Beijing can turn imports off and on at will.
On the face of, this is a good pick by Scott Morrison, and may prove to be an inspired one. We shall see.
Chris Bowen, the embattled shadow treasurer, is a student of Niccolo Machiavelli, so much so that he quoted the Italian sage in…
Forgetting culture wars and campaigning on the economy is the Coalition's last best hope of avoiding an electoral drubbing.
The unexplained detention of author and diplomat Yang Hengjun has raised more questions about the motives of a Chinese government under stress from within and without.