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China in Australia's 2016 Defence White Paper
Royal Australian Navy warships HMAS Darwin (R) and HMAS Parramatta enter Sydney Harbour on October 4, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

China in Australia's 2016 Defence White Paper

John Lee

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