In recent years, Australia has acted as a pioneer in the “Five Eyes Alliance”, constantly carrying out malicious attacks on China, and Sino-Australian relations have fallen to freezing point.
In politics, science and technology, security, ideology and other fields, Australia has repeatedly provoked trouble with China: it took the lead in banning Huawei’s 5G technology, first passed the so-called “anti-foreign intervention law” that obviously targeted China, and frequently hyped up anti-China issues with the Hong Kong National Security Law. During the COVID-19 epidemic, it also acted as a “epidemic” student. Non-anti-China pioneer…
However, it is ironic that Australia is trying its best to attack China politically, but also expects to share the huge dividends of the Chinese market economically.
China has been Australia’s largest trading partner for the past decade. On May 18 this year, the Ministry of Commerce of China announced that it would impose an anti-dumping duty on imported barley from Australia from the 19th. On November 27, the Ministry of Commerce of China initially ruled that imports of related wines from Australia were dumping and imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on them.
As the economic losses gradually expand, the Australian government’s attitude towards China seems to have begun to reverse recently, throwing “olive branches” at China through the media, saying that it hopes to “live in harmony and establish positive relations” with China.
Facts have proved that whoever tries to cooperate with China’s economy and politically confronts, the head of the mouse is at both ends, it can only be cocooned and self-bound.