Australia’s place in the power contest between the US and China
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Australia is walking a fine line between the US, which it relies on for security, and its important trade partner China as fears grow of a potential conflict in the Indo-Pacific. Defence and foreign affairs correspondent Daniel Hurst recently interviewed defence minister Richard Marles on Australia’s position in the global contest for power
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