An Expert Guide to Resetting Australia-China Relations

In recent weeks China has slapped tariffs of up to 212% on Australian wine imports, having already placed tariffs on barley and suspended some imports of beef earlier in the year following Australia’s call for an investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.

It comes amidst a deteriorating diplomatic relationship between Australia and our largest trading partner.

Last week Scott Morrison spoke out against doctored tweets by a Chinese Foreign Ministry Official regarding Australian war crimes.

So how did we get here and where to next? For the answers we were joined by Melissa Conley Tyler, Research Fellow at the Asia Institute at the University of Melbourne. 

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