GRACosway lobbies for Chinese raw materials giants in Sydney
The Australian consulting firm was recently contracted to help Chinese state-owned companies to get closer to Australian politicians.
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Japan's foreign ministry is sponsoring researchers from the Sasakawa Peace Foundation to help redefine the country's vision of the Indo-Pacific region and, with the help of Japanese embassies abroad, spread the word in international colloquiums.
The current head of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and former head of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) is a living symbol of the Australian intelligence sector's determination to raise its game to meet the perceived threat posed by China.
After pressure from the FBI, the 'China Initiative' has undergone an official name change. Washington is now keen to take a harder line and involve its Indo-Pacific allies in a drive to both rid itself of spies and protect itself from the Chinese Communist Party.
Wang Xiaohong, 64, is expected to play a key role in the next government. The Fuzhou official, the only spymaster to have survived the president's anti-corruption campaign purge, will help Xi Jinping tighten his control over the Gonganbu.