Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull vehemently denied his government’s anti-Chinese rhetoric on Monday, two days after bewildering Beijing by mimicking Chairman Mao’s 1949 independence manifesto and saying, “the Australian people stand up.” What events led to this incident? How will China-Australia ties be affected?
“China is a part of the solution, not the problem,” said Li Cheng from John L. Thornton China Center of Brookings Institution, in an interview with The Point. Why is this the case and how is the Communist Party of China’s global vision being interpreted and at times misunderstood around the world?
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