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Legal minefield
22 Dec 2008 - 12:00AM
Legal minefield
Entrepreneur who brought Hollywood glamour to Sydney dies
Doubts new opposition chief can heal party rift
Turnbull seen as brilliant but power hungry
Not just black and white
14 Jun 2009 - 12:00AM
Not just black and white
Regional road map is best way forward for Asia, says Rudd

On the brink of Australia's federal election, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd told the South China Morning Post that the peaceful rise of China should be accommodated, and that China's legitimate security interests needed to be acknowledged and respected.

6 Sep 2013 - 3:08PM

On the brink of Australia's federal election, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd told the South China Morning Post that the peaceful rise of China should be accommodated, and that China's legitimate security interests needed to be acknowledged and respected.

Regional road map is best way forward for Asia, says Rudd
1,000 left in limbo as third college closes in Australia
Foreign policy on back burner in election
Melbourne's popular HK-born lord mayor bows out
By-election bloodbath may be death of Labor
Does Tony Abbott get China? Challenge for next Australian leader

If the polls are right, conservative opposition leader Tony Abbott will be Australia's next prime minister. Abbott goes into the election with little-to-no foreign policy experience, and throughout the campaign he offered few clues to his approach - especially regarding Australia's crucial relationship with China.

6 Sep 2013 - 8:36AM

If the polls are right, conservative opposition leader Tony Abbott will be Australia's next prime minister. Abbott goes into the election with little-to-no foreign policy experience, and throughout the campaign he offered few clues to his approach - especially regarding Australia's crucial relationship with China.

Does Tony Abbott get China? Challenge for next Australian leader
Labor's Jason Li bids to win over Asian voters in Australian election

Star Labor recruit Jason Yat-Sen Li, a businessman, lawyer and high-profile figure in the Chinese community, is in the fight of his life for the seat of Bennelong.

6 Sep 2013 - 2:22PM

Star Labor recruit Jason Yat-Sen Li, a businessman, lawyer and high-profile figure in the Chinese community, is in the fight of his life for the seat of Bennelong.

Labor's Jason Li bids to win over Asian voters in Australian election