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John Garnaut is Fairfax Media's Asia Pacific editor. Most recently he was China correspondent. John graduated in law and arts from Monash University and worked for three years as a commercial lawyer at Melbourne firm Hall & Wilcox before joining the Sydney Morning Herald as a cadet in 2002. He became the Economics Correspondent in the Canberra press gallery and in 2007 was posted to Beijing.
Daniel Flitton, Chris Vedelago, John Garnaut The Chinese woman at the centre of international bribery allegations is also facing a $900,000 lawsuit in the Victorian supreme court over a failed mining investment company with former Queensland...
John Garnaut The tycoon, the money and the politicians. How China-Australia relations really work.
John Garnaut The journey from Mike Froman's 12th-floor presidential suite to Andrew Robb's modest digs on the 58th can take as long as 10 minutes in the Westin Hotel – a gargantuan relic of the Atlanta...
John Garnaut, Asia-Pacific Editor Malcolm Turnbull's son knocks down "absurd" claims that intelligence agencies are concerned about the family background of his Chinese-born wife.
John Garnaut and Peter Hartcher China's "wild-eyed" territorial claims in the South China Sea have ensured that the United States will succeed with its pivot to Asia, says the new head of a powerful US intelligence committee.
All Australian mobile phones at risk of foreign hacking, says US intelligence committee head Devin Nunes
John Garnaut and Peter Hartcher Australians have been warned that all mobile phone and email communications are constantly vulnerable to being hacked by "foreign adversaries".
John Garnaut, Philip Wen Gao Bei'er never set out to be a gambler. To the contrary, he is a university-trained salary man, a rational thinker, who does everything he can to provide opportunities that he never had to his...
John Garnaut, Asia Pacific Editor The United States is preparing to retreat from demands that could have pushed the price of innovative medicines out of reach of millions of patients with intractable diseases, as ministers arrive in...
John Garnaut Australia is on the cusp of joining a huge new US-led trade deal which will "set the rules" for doing business in the region at the expense of China.
John Garnaut, Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has pointed to his famous predecessor, Mahathir Mohamed, as the likely source of allegations that implicate the PM in an Australian corruption scandal.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, John Garnaut Malaysia is blocking Australian government requests to hand over sensitive information involving a corruption scandal linked to Prime Minister Najib Razak.
John Garnaut, Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop has promised that Australia will not be "a safe haven for the proceeds of corruption" in Papua New Guinea, as police in both countries probe the role of...
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, John Garnaut Australian properties valued at a total of about $80 million are implicated in dealings by a group of high-ranking Malaysians.
John Garnaut, Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker The Malaysian Prime Minister has been forced to order an investigation into his own government's role in the allegedly corrupt payment of $4.
Phillip Wen, John Garnaut It's not just high- end property that Chinese investors are being encouraged to buy: it's house and land packages in the vast suburban hinterland.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, John Garnaut Federal police are being urged to investigate Australia's role as a safe haven for corrupt funds from overseas after a pair of top lawyers were caught on secret video explaining how to shift money...
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, John Garnaut Just get a lawyer to issue an inflated invoice, then cream off the top.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, John Garnaut The first hard evidence has emerged of Australian property prices being inflated as real estate is used as a safe haven or money laundering hub by corrupt foreign nationals.
John Garnaut There is a king-tide of offshore money washing into real estate, but is it really lifting prices out of reach for ordinary Australians?
John Garnaut and David Wroe China has moved weaponry onto artificial islands that it is building in contested areas of the South China Sea.