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China and Australia's relationship is souring but not weakening

COVID-19 and politics are driving them apart but trade keeps them together

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Natasha Kassam is a Research Fellow at the Lowy Institute and a former Australian diplomat.

China and Australia's bilateral relationship, already fraught, has reached new lows in recent weeks.

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