Today we discuss the emerging new alliance of the US-UK-AUS called AUKUS. Its first actions include selling Australia new missiles and helping them build nuclear-powered submarines. These are not typical of an alliance, but more of a “level up” for the Australian military. So what is its goal? Without even mentioning China, experts and reports already guessed it is to counter the aggression by the Chinese Communist Party or CCP in the Indo-Pacific. Including a recent trade war with Australia using tariffs, continued the South China Sea maritime actions, and increasing pressure to conquer Taiwan. These are a few key reasons that allied three Anglo-Saxon countries, but also, long historical allies dating back to the major world wars. The US, Australia, and the UK will build the backbone of a new front against the growing China threat.
Today I have two special guests. Alexander Gray, Senior Fellow in National Security Affairs, was previously Deputy Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff in the National Security Council under President Trump. And Richard Bitzinger, an independent international security analyst and defense researcher. They are going to take us into the details and the greater political aspects AUKUS provides.
Join us for this part 1 episode. What AUKUS means to the US and world, and Australia’s importance in it.
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Experts: Why AUKUS Is a Game Changer for Countering China; Australia’s Role in the Security Pact
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