Articles by Geoff Raby, originally published on Australian Financial Review

The Financial Review's interview with a top Chinese diplomat would have been approved at the top. The Morrison government is obdurate if it does not take up the gesture. Read more...
A get-tough policy on China with no apparent goal has left Australia as the only developed country with no media representation in the country. Read more...
Australia, unlike the US, never expected China to become like us. That's why the relationship continues to be an outstanding investment in our prosperity and security, writes Geoff Raby. Read more...
The opposition has failed to ask what the government has received in return for its lavish support for Trump's regional strategies. Read more...
The Morrison government is making it clear that because Beijing is the enemy, national security will now take priority over trade. Read more...
Scott Morrison's thought bubble was a barbecue pleaser. But it was bad strategy that has blown the chances of getting an international investigation and further set back Australia's relationship with China. Read more...
less its China-trusting chief resigns, the World Health Organisation's pandemic failures will be weaponised by President Trump's assault on global institutions. Read more...
It now looks like a recovering China is taking the lead in detaching itself from a struggling US. Read more...
Prosperous modern China is not like the crumbling Soviet Union in 1986. Hence the Chinese leadership still has broad public support despite growing mistrust over the virus crisis. Read more...
The game is up for the use of force by Beijing, and for intervention by the US. Australian policymakers should take note. Read more...

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