Chinese authorities have an intriguing, if troubling, option in handling the Evergrande crisis.
Australia's Prime Minister wants reform of the World Trade Organisation to rein in China's "economic coercion". But it also needs to constructively engage with China on that reform.
Professor of Practice Tim Harcourt speaks with Access Corporate Group co-founder and chief brand officer Livia Wang about the international power of influence in building a successful business.
China is changing, and it's time Australia's coal exporters faced up to this reality.
Developments in international economic law could alter Australia's relationship with China and other key trading partners, says UNSW Law’s Professor Heng Wang.
It remains to be seen whether China's climate promise is genuine. But it puts pressure on many other nations – not least Australia – to follow.
Trade tensions will resolve themselves because of China's economic needs, says international trade expert.
Digital transformation is not just about technology – it is about people and processes, says UNSW Business School’s Yenni Tim.
As tensions in the disputed waters mount, it's important to understand how this conflict began and what international law says about freedom of navigation and competing maritime claims.
A UNSW report considers China’s children affected by migration and climate change, and the necessary social policy reforms required to protect their rights.