China’s Grand Strategy and Australia’s Future in the New Global Order

Geoff Raby
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China’s Grand Strategy and Australia’s Future in the New Global Order

Published

3 November 2020

ISBN

9780522874945

Pages

232

Size

234mm x 153mm

Imprint

Melbourne University Press

China’s Grand Strategy and Australia’s Future in the New Global Order

Geoff Raby
'Australia's former ambassador to China provides insight on Australia's future position in global affairs.'
Disruption has blown the old world apart. The rise of China, Trump's America First policies, division within Europe and successful defiance by authoritarian states are affecting the shape of the emerging new order.

Human rights, rule of law, free media and longstanding global institutions all seem set to be weakened. Autocracies are exercising greater control over world affairs.

Australia will need to engage heightened levels of diplomacy to forge relations with countries of opposing principles. It will need to be agile in pursuing a realistic foreign policy agenda. China's Grand Strategy and Australia's Future in the New Global Order contains answers for how Australia must position itself for this possibly dystopian future.
Disruption has blown the old world apart. The rise of China, Trump's America First policies, division within Europe and successful defiance by authoritarian states are affecting the shape of the emerging new order.

Human rights, rule of law, free media and longstanding global institutions all seem set to be weakened. Autocracies are exercising greater control over world affairs.

Australia will need to engage heightened levels of diplomacy to forge relations with countries of opposing principles. It will need to be agile in pursuing a realistic foreign policy agenda. China's Grand Strategy and Australia's Future in the New Global Order contains answers for how Australia must position itself for this possibly dystopian future.

Geoff Raby

Geoff Raby

Geoff Raby was Australia's ambassador to China from 2007 to 2011.He is head of trade policy at London's think-tank Policy Exchange and a member of the not-for-profit Advance Global Advisory Board, University of Sydney China Studies Centre, La Trobe University Asia Advisory Board and chairman of Western University's Institute of Australia China Cultural Relations and Arts.

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