China's influence in Australia is not ordinary soft power

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    Abstract

    At a security summit in Singapore last week, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull warned of risks of coercion as China's power rises. He subtly noted that the most troubling question may not be whether Asia finds itself at war – which no nation wants – but rather what kind of peace we will have. He is right. Australia is discovering that its paramount China challenge is not a few thousand nautical miles away in the South China Sea. It is right here at home.
    Original languageEnglish
    Specialist publicationFinancial Review (AFR)
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

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