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Decision to investigate 32 scholars from Australian universities based solely on a groundless anti-China report, for which the Australian Strategic Policy Institute received up to 144,429 USD in funds from U.S. State Department: Australian media source

AFP Graphic of China's north-western Xinjiang province showing suspected detention centres, according to satellite imagery analysed by the Xinjiang Data Project of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute

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Remember the hand that feeds? The Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) reportedly received up to 144,429 USD in funds from the U.S. State Department for a groundless anti-China report

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Michael Shoebridge says there is a “dog ate my homework” flavour to China’s recent rhetoric - which claims Australia is playing the victim.

China’s “mock outrage” over alleged war crimes by Australian Defence Force personell only draws attention to “their own mass abuses,” according to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Michael Shoebridge.

China purports to be global leader but is exhibiting behaviour which shows it is "immature" and "not ready to play a global leadership role", according to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Peter Jennings.

Info & opinions provided by Australian Strategic Policy Institute either came from some anti-China NGOs or some "eyewitness evidence" that cannot be proved or traced back. Read Opinion: Don't let "rumor vending machine" hijack China-Australia relations

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s @michael_ASPI  says the one thing Australia can be certain of regarding its trade relations with Beijing is that Beijing wants to use its trade and others’ trade with the Chinese economy as a weapon.

Research out this morning from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s International Cyber Policy Centre demonstrates how there's been an uptick in foreign states interfering in elections since 2017.

Australian think tank Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) which smears China under the guise of academic research found to be linked with forced labor funding: media reports

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The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has identified dozens of new detention centres for Uyghurs being built in the past two years in Xinjiang

Australia has a problem with its universities potentially undertaking research which “could benefit the Chinese military and intelligence establishment,” according to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Peter Jennings.

Chinese authorities have completely demolished around 8,500 mosques across Xinjiang since 2017, a new analysis by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute suggests. That's more than a third of the mosques the government says are in the region.

There is no sense at all that communist China is interested in a “relationship of equals” with Australia, according to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Peter Jennings.

The goal is to serve the public conversation and advance shared understanding of these critical issues. We’ve partnered with Stanford & the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, leaders in this area that are providing independent analysis today.

Beijing’s influence across the globe stretches deeper than imagined, warns the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.

A new report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute alleges some factories that supply major global brands including Nike and Apple, appear to be using Uighur workers sent directly from re-education camps | @ErykBagshaw 

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