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How Australia Became a Global Example of How To Resist Beijing

John Lee

Australia has grown used to standing up to that aggression and has paid the price for showing other nations how to do it. But as the AUKUS deal with the US and the UK promises the latest weapons of war, has Australia grown to be more than just an irritant to China? In an interview with Anna Coren on CNN, Hudson Senior Fellow John Lee discusses Australia’s efforts to resist Chinese influence.

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