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China on Thursday expressed outrage at a new security pact between Australia, the U.K. and the U.S., blasting what it considers a new Western provocation and singling out Australian troops as the first to die as a result of “Beijing’s countermeasures so as to send a warning to others.
“Australia has turned itself into an adversary of China,” China’s English-language Global Times, considered a mouthpiece for the Chinese Communist Party, proclaimed in an editorial Thursday morning.
“If Australia dares to provoke China more blatantly,” it added, “or even find fault militarily, China will certainly punish it with no mercy.”
The violent rhetoric came a day after the leaders of the three Western powers announced the new alliance, dubbed “AUKUS.” In joint remote remarks Thursday evening, President Joe Biden noted that the awkward AUKUS acronym “sounds strange” but that the effort nonetheless “will update and enhance our shared ability to take on the threats of the 21st century just as we did in the 20th century: together.”
The pact represents an apparent consolation as the U.S. has yet to accomplish its stated goal of securing a broader alliance to contain China’s ambitions, namely to include regional powers Japan and India.
But it succeeded in seizing Beijing’s attention, particularly the new provision that the U.S. will share technology with Australia for it to build a nuclear-propelled submarine – only the second time ever, after the U.K., that Washington has done so. Officials in Australia and the U.S. have insisted this does not represent an attempt by Canberra to eventually field nuclear weapons, though Chinese officials have subsequently doubted that assertion.
“The nuclear submarine cooperation among the US, the UK & Australia severely undermines regional peace & stability, intensifies arms race and undercuts intl non-proliferation efforts,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lijian Zhao wrote in a tweet. “It’s highly irresponsible and shows double standards on using nuclear export for geopolitical games.”
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Former President Donald Trump was obsessed with the way a new US aircraft carrier looked and routinely complained to military officials that he did not like it, according to a new book by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The U.S., Britain and Australia have announced they’re forming a new security alliance that will help equip Australia with nuclear-powered submarines. The alliance will see a reshaping of relations in the Indo-Pacific region and beyond. Here’s what it might mean for various players:
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Credit: Ministry of DefenceThe Ministry of Defence has released footage of UK and US soldiers working together at Kabul airport as evacuations continue.Scenes of the joint effort, however, contrast with rising trans-Atlantic tensions over US president Joe Biden’s deadline on withdrawing his troops from the airport.
Geoff Hoon, the British defense secretary who oversaw the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq under then prime minister Tony Blair, has defended President Joe Biden over the disastrous allied exit from Afghanistan.
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