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Policy, Guns and Money: Fuel security, Australia–China relations and the CCP’s coercive diplomacy

Posted By on September 5, 2020 @ 06:00

In this episode, Brendan Nicholson, Anastasia Kapetas and Jack Norton of The Strategist discuss some of the latest developments in the vexed Australia–China relationship.

Next, Michael Shoebridge and John Coyne from ASPI’s defence, strategy and national security program consider the ongoing issue of improving fuel security for Australia and our allies.

And finally, ASPI’s Emilia Currey and Tracy Beattie talk to Olivia Nelson about the findings of their recently released report, The Chinese Communist Party’s coercive diplomacy [1], co-authored with Fergus Hanson, head of ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre.

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[1] The Chinese Communist Party’s coercive diplomacy: https://www.aspi.org.au/report/chinese-communist-partys-coercive-diplomacy

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