Politicians need to follow Turnbull’s lead on China

Australian politicians need to understand there’s more to China than a multi-billion-dollar trade relationship and assertive foreign policy, but Malcolm Turnbull is the exception to the rule.

When Australian politicians talk about China, it is either about the $150 billion-plus a year trade relationship or the potential threat of China as the country adopts a more assertive foreign policy. The quality of discussion is rather primitive here when compared with the ongoing debate in places such as the US.

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