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David Morris

DAVID MORRIS was an Australian diplomat posted to Hungary in the early 1990s and later to Ireland, with short term assignments to the United Nations and European Union. He returned to his home of Tasmania be a senior political adviser and, later, Director of International Business for the state of New South Wales. More recently, he was founding Executive Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, National Director of the bipartisan Australian Republican Movement and is currently the Chief Representative and Trade and Investment Commissioner of the Pacific Islands Forum in China. You can follow him on twitter: @dm_aus

19 July 2017
"Today’s China contains many complexities, contradictions and the party state is every bit as nervous about losing control as in earlier generations, which sometimes creates an authoritarian feedback loop that may be less attractive to the new middle class in time. But every day China is changing and evolving and yesterday’s stereotypes are as out of date as last century’s. One thing is certain, China is the elephant in the room."

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