Australia’s ‘optimal pathway’ on AUKUS

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‘Optimal pathway’ is Prime Minister Albanese’s way of describing the obscure, tortuous AUKUS process

ByAlison BroinowskiJan 12, 2023https://johnmenadue.com/australias-optimal-pathway-into-or-out-of-aukus/

Just in time, the fundamental faults of AUKUS are being exposed in Canberra and Washington.

This development is not only due to the mounting concern among Australian civil society groups. The Australian mainstream media are now discussing the hitherto unmentionable drawbacks of AUKUS. But it’s because two US Senators, Democrat Jack Reed and Republican James Inhofe (since retired) warned President Biden that the US can’t meet its own submarine needs, let alone Australia’s. They also cautioned about American statutes and regulations that would have to be changed.

Their concern came just in time, for the AUKUS agreement between Australia, the US and the UK is promised for March. As any Australian who’s been asking the Morrison and Albanese governments for the details for the past year knows well, there…

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