2023 CHINA IN THE WORLD ANNUAL LECTURE
A Perfect Storm: COVID, Collapse of the Property Sector, and Local Government Debt in China
The Australian Centre on China in the World is delighted to announce this year's annual lecture: 'Watch Dog or Guard Dog?
Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) presents the 2020 CIW Annual Lecture (online)'Five Eyes, One Tongue and Hard of Hearing – Australia and Asia in China’s Century' by Professor L
From Gough Whitlam to Tony Abbott, Australia has pursued a pragmatic, national interest-based China policy that, in John Howard’s words, set differences to one side and worked on the things we coul
Australian has never encountered an Asian country as powerful as China is today, and we have no idea how to deal with it.
When Xi Jinping became General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party in November 2012, he declared that the Party was travelling along a 'Chinese path' 中国道路 into the future; it would not follow
Designing major buildings in an environment of profound institutional change offers challenges to any architect with an interest in the making of practical, but also aesthetically significant (and