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With the combined fortunes of commodity producers and the federal budget increasingly tied to Chinese demand, Australia has much riding on the leadership transition, writes Laurie Pearcey.

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China needs creative solutions to the problems that unprecedented numbers of young men will cause as they come of age in the next two decades, argues Rob Brooks.

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For 20 years China's foreign policies were a model of the subtle but effective pursuit of self-interest. But in the past two years, they have seemingly lost the plot, writes Ross Buckley.

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The viability of Australia’s strategy to sustain good relations with India and China has been debated in a public lecture by security expert, Rory Medcalf.

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Australia and the United States should not be afraid to shine a spotlight on nations in the region that fall short on their human rights obligations, US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich has told a UNSW audience.

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The Australian government should be exploring opportunities for closer strategic partnerships with a number of Southeast Asian states, according to a key report just published by UNSW@ADFA academic Carl Thayer.

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UNSW was the first university in the world to offer scholarships to help equip Sichuan's next generation with skills for rebuilding their province following last year's earthquake.

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UNSW will provide $300,000 worth of post-graduate scholarships to develop skills vital to rebuilding China's earthquake-devastated Sichuan province.

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UNSW engineers are using detailed satellite assessment to assist with the recovery from an earthquake which hit China on May 12, killing more than 60,000 people.

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The Premier, Morris Iemma, has told a senior Chinese audience that a new Confucius Institute at UNSW will bring "enormous benefits" to both countries.

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