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Should Australia engage more with China?

22 March 2018

12:45 PM

22 March 2018

12:45 PM

We live in an age of unprecedented geopolitical upheaval in the Asia Pacific. The American and Western hegemony in the region appears to be imperilled, with China emerging as the new dominant power; edging its sphere of influence ever outwards.

As time inexorably progresses, the Chinese superpower will further assert its dominance both in Asia, and across the world.

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