Dr. Geoff Raby argues that you must give China the benefit of the doubt that its economic model is sustainable.
Australia is finding itself in a "very difficult and challenging position" for its foreign policy, says Dr Geoff Raby
Dr. Geoff Raby explains why strains in Australian-Sino relations are appearing and why this presents challenges for both sides
Dr. Geoff Raby gave a eulogy in late 2017 for the funeral of Ray Hughes, a highly respected Australian art dealer. He spoke of Ray's pivotal role in introducing contemporary Chinese art to Australians and broadening Australian tastes.
China wants Australia to focus on trade and investment relationship, rather than 'ideological' prejudices
Dr. Geoff Raby argues that Australia's insistence on discussing ideological issues of human rights and sovereignty with China could be detrimental to the relationship.
Geoff Raby explains the purpose of 'One Belt One Road' for China, whether or not it marks China's foray into soft power, and US influence on Canberra's ambivalent response.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to unveil his new look leadership team tomorrow as the National Congress in Beijing draws to a close. Dr. Geoff Raby says that while tomorrow's announcement is difficult to predict, Xi is likely to use it to firm up support within the party.
Dr. Geoff Raby spoke on the 'Geopolitics' panel at the 2017 FT Tokyo Commodities Summit, where he discussed the effect of Trump's rhetoric on the commodity market, Chinese infrastructure development, Sino-Russian relations, and the different strategic considerations of Chinese businesses.
On 16th November 2017, Dr. Geoff Raby attended the LIVEXchange Conference in Perth, Western Australia. He delivered a keynote speech on “adapting Australian businesses to succeed in China”.
Xi and Trump need to fully understand each other's views in a face-to-face meeting on North Korea, says Dr. Geoff Raby in an ABC interview.
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