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Policy, Guns and Money: Border tensions and China’s overseas influence

Posted By on June 26, 2020 @ 16:11

In this episode, ASPI’s Michael Shoebridge speaks to Shashank Joshi of The Economist about India–China border tensions plus the risk of further escalation, the politicisation of casualties and the impact on the broader relationship between India and China.

Research intern Tracy Beattie speaks to senior analyst Malcolm Davis about the latest developments on the Korean peninsula, including North Korea’s destruction of the joint liaison office in Kaesong, the role of Kim Jong-un’s sister, Kim Yo-jong, in that plan and the US response to the situation.

And our cyber centre’s Louisa Bochner speaks to analyst Alex Joske about his report, The party speaks for you [1], which looks at China’s united front system of overseas influence and interference operations in politics and diaspora communities.

Policy, Guns & Money: The ASPI Podcast [2] · India-China border clash, Korean Peninsula tension and China’s overseas influence [3]


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[1] The party speaks for you: https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/the-party-speaks-for-you-foreign-interference-and-the-chinese-communist-partys-united-front-system/

[2] Policy, Guns & Money: The ASPI Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/user-415599049

[3] India-China border clash, Korean Peninsula tension and China’s overseas influence: https://soundcloud.com/user-415599049/india-china-border-clash-korean-peninsula-tension-and-chinas-overseas-influence

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