Tom Bramble looks at the rise of China and considers the conflicts for Australian imperialism: pulled between making the most of China’s booming growth and remaining loyal to the US, which sees China as a potential threat to their imperialist domination.
Tom O'Lincoln argues that Australia's interventions in Asia after World War II were the hallmark of a developing imperialist country determined to dominate the surrounding region.
Australia and the US have initiated a new cold war with China. In this timely piece, Liam Ward explores the sordid history of anti-Chinese racism in Australia.
David Lockwood analyses the social, political and economic factors that precipitated the heroic Tiananmen Square movement.
Tom Bramble analyses the approach the Biden administration is taking to the new cold war between the US and China.
April Holcombe reviews a book that challenges the mainstream narrative about the emergence of the pandemic and the Chinese government's response to it.
Tom Bramble examines Australia's aggressive role in the growing imperialist competition in the Indo-Pacific and argues that the left must oppose Australia’s involvement in the US-led war drive.