Counterpoint: China Must Address Human Rights Violations in Order to Pursue Trade with Australia

Wendlandt, Sandra
June 2018
Australia Points of View: Trade Relations with China;2017, p3
An argument stating that China must address concerns over human rights violations in order to pursue a trade relationship with Australia is presented. The author argues that China's history of human rights violations needs to be addressed before Australia and other potential trading partners are pursued. The article discusses the possible implement of economic sanctions on China in order to influence how the country approaches human rights issues.


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