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Opinion: Australia needs the United States to help influence China’s behavior and maintain a rules-based order in Asia

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uggestions that Australia should do far more to accommodate China's rise make less sense than hedging "against the risk of uncertain future behavior from China by deepening our connections with other major Asian countries like Japan, South Korea, India, Indonesia and Vietnam, and by keeping the United States deeply engaged in the region," writes Michael Fullilove.
9 months ago
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