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2 Years On, AUKUS Continues to Raise Questions

2 Years On, AUKUS Continues to Raise Questions

By Patricia O’Brien
China obviously has concerns about the security pact, but so do some of Australia's friends and partners – and Australians themselves.

Australia’s Deterrence Dichotomy

Australia’s Deterrence Dichotomy

By Michael Clarke
Deterrence is the fulcrum of Australian defense policy, but questions of where, what, and how remain unanswered – especially regarding the new SSNs.
Prospects for an Australian Defense Industry Fund

Prospects for an Australian Defense Industry Fund

By Corey Lee Bell
Can Canberra learn from Taipei’s use of “special budgets” for defense procurements? 

Visionary Proposal or Pipe Dream? AUKUS Poses Challenges for Australia

Visionary Proposal or Pipe Dream? AUKUS Poses Challenges for Australia

By Corey Lee Bell and Elena Collinson
The impact of AUKUS is likely to be profoundly consequential across a wider purview of government, policy, economic structure, and national identity.

Leaping Into the Unknown: AUKUS and Australia’s Nuclear Submarines 

Leaping Into the Unknown: AUKUS and Australia’s Nuclear Submarines 

By Richard Maude
The plan announced on Monday is ambitious, massively expensive, and laden with risk far exceeding anything Australia has attempted before. 

Australia Says Nuclear Subs Needed to Counter Militarization

Australia Says Nuclear Subs Needed to Counter Militarization

By Associated Press
Prime Minister Albanese called the AUKUS deal “the biggest single investment in Australia’s defense capability in all of our history.”

Australian Leader Plans Meeting With Biden After India Trip

Australian Leader Plans Meeting With Biden After India Trip

By Associated Press
Prime Minister Albanese is in India until March 11. After that, he will head to the U.S. in a trip that may provide more details about the AUKUS submarine deal.
A Year After AUKUS, What Challenges Loom Largest?

A Year After AUKUS, What Challenges Loom Largest?

By Grant Wyeth
From Indonesian concerns to possible overreliance on an unpredictable U.S., Australia’s nuclear submarine ambitions present plenty of challenges.

AUKUS and Australia’s Nuclear Capabilities

AUKUS and Australia’s Nuclear Capabilities

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Trevor Taylor.

Australia-EU Trade Talks Delayed Amid Submarine Deal Fallout

Australia-EU Trade Talks Delayed Amid Submarine Deal Fallout

By Samuel Petrequin
An EU official said the submarine row played a role in the decision to delay this month’s talks but insisted a deal was not ready to be sealed in any case

The AUKUS Nuclear Submarine Deal: Unanswered Questions for Australia

The AUKUS Nuclear Submarine Deal: Unanswered Questions for Australia

By Michael Clarke
From specific details of the submarines to the larger implications for Australia’s military and regional strategy, there are lots of question marks.
Why Provide Nuclear Submarines to Australia, But Not South Korea or Japan?

Why Provide Nuclear Submarines to Australia, But Not South Korea or Japan?

By A. B. Abrams
Australia’s strategic location makes its deployment of SSNs a much greater asset to broader Western interests than if other U.S. allies did the same.

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