Does AUKUS change Australia’s role in the Pacific?
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the past and present of Australia’s role in the western alliance
Australia’s military capacity to check Chinese influence is being boosted by a new Anglo-American submarine contract and the establishment of the AUKUS defence pact. But how have Australia’s interests been defended until now in the south-west Pacific and what difference will AUKUS make?
In this week’s Black’s History Week podcast, Professor Jeremy Black talks to The Critic‘s deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about the past and present of Australia’s role in the western alliance.
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