New Beginnings for Australia and China?

Prime Minister Albanese and Foreign Minister Penny Wong have visited Beijing, marking the first visit by Australian leadership in seven years. The trip proceeded smoothly, yielding solid photo opportunities for both Canberra and Beijing and signaling a further potential thawing of Australian-Chinese relations. This week, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit (APEC) is taking place in …

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Pentagon Document Leak

Last month dozens of top secret files where leaked to discord severs, the controversial message board 4Chan, Telegram – an encrypted messaging app and Twitter. The documents have sensitive information ranges from Ukrainian and Russian casualties rates, current Iranian nuclear activity, North Korean missile capability and China’s possible reaction to a Ukrainian attack within Russia.  …

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Tension behind AUKUS Agreement

An historic U.S.-U.K.-Australia alliance military agreement, AUKUS, has recently taken a new turn. Two powerful U.S. lawmakers have proposed to the Joe Biden administration that selling nuclear submarines to Australia would help stretch the U.S. industrial base to “breaking point” and relieve pressure on the base. A strong alliance between the three countries would help …

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