Paradigm shift, New Pacts are designed on old Political reservations

Washington: 4 November 2021: AUKUS, the trilateral security pact between the US, the United Kingdom, and Australia, ensures the transfer of nuclear technology to Australia from the two major powers. In an effort to contain China’s influence in the Asia-Pacific, Australia will now be equipped with nuclear submarines.
Muhammad Aamir, argues that although this pact aims to intimidate China, it is not as useful as it seems and is more likely to harm Australia than benefit it. According to him, there are six main reasons - including the timing of the pact - why AUKUS might be incapable of achieving its goals.

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