Frances Adamson said it was not clear Beijing had “carefully considered other countries’ reactions to its conduct internationally”. Photo: Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Frances Adamson said it was not clear Beijing had “carefully considered other countries’ reactions to its conduct internationally”. Photo: Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Frances Adamson said it was not clear Beijing had “carefully considered other countries’ reactions to its conduct internationally”. Photo: Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Australia

‘China wants to lead, rather than simply join’: top Australian diplomat takes aim at Beijing’s foreign policy

  • Frances Adamson has accused Beijing of setting its own agenda internationally rather than working collaboratively with other countries
  • She says the main challenge for Australia is helping to shape a new global order without the influence of an inwardly focused US

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Frances Adamson said it was not clear Beijing had “carefully considered other countries’ reactions to its conduct internationally”. Photo: Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Frances Adamson said it was not clear Beijing had “carefully considered other countries’ reactions to its conduct internationally”. Photo: Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Frances Adamson said it was not clear Beijing had “carefully considered other countries’ reactions to its conduct internationally”. Photo: Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
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