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Long march: Australia's dilemma in China rise

If growing tensions between China and the US spark into conflict, what would Australia do? In this essay, strategic analyst Hugh White examines events and decisions surrounding last century’s major wars to reflect upon the biggest security challenge of our time.

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Senator Rex Patrick (right) has savaged challenger and former boss Nick Xenophon over his paid work for Huawei. Photos: AAP
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Rex savages Mr X over China links as senate contest escalates

UPDATED | The SA senator who replaced Nick Xenophon – and is now running against him to retain his seat – has launched an extraordinary attack on his former boss, using parliamentary privilege to slam the lawyer for representing Chinese tech giant Huawei and likening it to doing PR for German arms manufacturers under the Nazi regime.

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China bans national soccer player tattoos

Chinese authorities have banned national team footballers from getting tattoos and ordered those who have been inked to remove or cover them up to set a “good example for society”.

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Hong Kong journalists charged with sedition

Two former senior editors arrested in a Hong Kong police crackdown on a pro-democracy media organisation have been charged with sedition-related offences, national security authorities say.