Prospects of China-Australia ties under Australia’s new Labor government

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Anthony Albanese claimed victory for the Labor Party after incumbent Prime Minister Scott Morrison conceded defeat in Australia’s federal election on Saturday. The election result ends the Liberal-National coalition’s nearly-nine-year hold on power, with Albanese becoming Australia’s 31st prime minister. The Labor leader said he wanted to unite the country and “end the climate wars.” On Monday, Albanese was swiftly sworn in and later attended a meeting of the Quad security grouping in Tokyo on Tuesday. So, what’s Australia’s role in Quad? What does Australia’s new Labor government mean for China-Australia ties?

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