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Australia’s push for security in the Indo-Pacific

Australia has traditionally relied on the US to back us up from a military perspective but the technology edge enjoyed by the US and its allies can no longer be taken for granted.

Patrick Buchan is the Fellow for Indo-Pacific Security at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC, and he tells John Stanley the Indo-Pacific is the epicentre of rising strategic competition and Australia needs to raise it’s military capability.

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