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As threats in the Indo-Pacific continue to grow, the United States has sought to strengthen relationships with key allies in the region to bolster democracy and ensure peace and security. AUKUS— the new trilateral security agreement between the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia—will demonstrate the seriousness of that commitment by enabling the three powers to cooperate on a range of technologies crucial to national security, and by providing for Australia with nuclear-powered submarines and long-range strike weapons.
As the dust settles following the initial announcement of this landmark pact, what can we expect to see next? Australia’s Ambassador to the United States Arthur Sinodinos AO will join Hudson President and CEO John Walters to discuss the challenges facing Australia and the United States in the Indo-Pacific, the significance of the AUKUS agreement, and opportunities for the U.S. and Australia to increase their already deep cooperation. Please join Hudson Institute for this timely discussion.