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Bradley Perrett
Bradley Perrett
Columnist

Bradley Perrett is a regular ACM columnist with a focus on Australia's relationship with China, covering defence, strategy, trade, economics and domestic policy. He was based in Beijing as a journalist from 2004 to 2020. His articles are supported by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas.

Age of the Dragon
Bradley Perrett
Age of the Dragon
Investing in China: is it worth the risk?
Bradley Perrett
Stellantis CEO Carlos Tevares said the company was pulling out of China because it didn't want to get caught up in future sanctions. Picture Getty Images
Age of the Dragon
How to make the Australian Army useful
Bradley Perrett
Chinese DF-21 missiles threaten ground and sea targets 2000 kilometres away. Australia needs something similar. Picture by Getty Images
Age of the Dragon
What we must do about China and Taiwan
Bradley Perrett
Australia needs stronger forces that could help the US help Taiwan, such as KC-30A tankers. Picture: Department of Defence
Age of the Dragon
How Chinese think about Taiwan
Bradley Perrett
Chinese ambassador Xiao Qian was reserved in his comments at the National Press Club this week. Picture: Elesa Kurtz
Age of the Dragon
Some things can't wait for a defence review
Bradley Perrett
Australian Army Soldiers from 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment exit a No 37 Squadron C-130J Hercules after arriving at RAAF Base Scherger in 2017. Picture: Department of Defence
Age of the Dragon
Russia's mess makes Taiwan safer for a while
Bradley Perrett
China had lately overtaken terrorism as a focus for MI6's resources, chief Richard Moore said. Picture: Shutterstock

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