Australia’s main political parties typically take a bipartisan approach to foreign affairs but noticeable splits have emerged, particularly over the handling of tensions between...

Australia’s main political parties typically take a bipartisan approach to foreign affairs but noticeable splits have emerged, particularly over the handling of tensions between China and the United States.

In recent weeks, the opposition Labor Party has launched an attack on Prime Minister Scott Morrison for his staunch backing of US President Donald Trump’s trade war with China.

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