US, UK and Australia Security pact triggers condemnation


A new security pact involving the United States, Britain and Australia has triggered controversy and condemnation. The US and UK announced this week that they will provide Australia with advanced technology to build nuclear powered submarines.

Press TV: Based on their agreement, Australian naval forces will have atomic submarines that are much faster as they use nuclear propulsion systems and harder to detect than conventional fleets.

The US and UK announced this week that they will provide Australia with advanced technology to build nuclear-powered submarines.

They can spend months submerged and target longer distances with their missiles. The leaders of the three countries hailed the new deal as a step that will make it easier to counter threats in the Indo Pacific region and repeatedly cited regional security concerns, which they said had grown significantly.

None of them mentioned China, but the move has been widely viewed as an initiative to counter Chinese influence in the region, including the contested resource rich South China Sea.

Well there are two elements here. One is the fact that this alliance could be a new version of NATO for Indo Pacific region, and the other is that this purchase of nuclear powered submarines could be an initial step to transfer more technology to neutral security to Australia, maybe in the long term heading Australia to nuclear bomb capacity. – Angelo Giuliano, Journalist, Political Analyst

The United States and its allies make no secret of their intensified efforts to contain the growing Chinese influence and power in the region. Many observers believe the newly announced deal is in line with those efforts.

Meanwhile the development is expected to further sour relations between Beijing and Canberra. In recent years, political tensions have grown between the two over a number of issues, including Australia stance against Chinese telecom giant, Huawei.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Xiao Li Xiang, criticized what he called the US side alliance’s obsolete cold war mentality and warned the three countries against moves that would hurt their own interests. Some Chinese media outlets went so far as to say that Australia had now turned itself into an adversary of China.

Meanwhile, China was not the only party infuriated by the new security pact. France condemned it too.

Australia will now scrap a deal with France to buy a dozen conventional submarines worth tens of billions of dollars.

France’s Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, called Australia’s agreement with the USA and the UK, a stab in the back. Le Drian said the development underscored the need to bolster a “European strategic autonomy”.

The United States and arch rival China may have toned down their rhetoric against each other, but tensions between the two superpowers are simmering as they remain deeply engaged in an intense global rivalry.

There are many flashpoints in their testy relationship including tensions in the South China Sea and the issue of Taiwan.

America has made it clear that its military will maintain a strong presence in the Indo Pacific region where it has been trying to contain the growing influence of its arch-rival.

America seems determined to follow policies aimed at containing the Chinese influence worldwide, however, with China absolutely unwilling to back down, tensions are expected to mount in the coming years.



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  1. Once upon a time, I liked Australia. Unearthly landscape, beauty, but many dangers – before putting on sneakers. Someone is convinced that there is no poisonous scorpion inside? And now politics. I am not a resident of Australia (there are friends there), but this country has become politically disgusting. Are there people from there?

  2. The entire world pretends, especially Aussies and Canadiens, that they are not the queens property. She is the Head of State and her title is Queen of Australia. The Governor General reports to her and carries out her wishes, which has even included firing the Prime Minister due to “budgetary concerns”. Is that a democracy ? The pretend is strong in this one.
    This is not a three way deal. And it has damaged trust with our longest Ally France, which very much delights the house of lords and the ‘firm”.
    Australia is a Realm, Canada too, -Realms,,, “sixteen independent countries that share the same person as monarch and head of state.”

    • The real power behind the AngloZIONIST Empire is Zionism, David. Zionism is the perverse racist notion that certain Europeans have the right to range around the planet displacing and murdering the indigenous, stealing their land and resources, and as in the former US Confederacy, own them. In 1845, John O’Sullivan wrote that it was Americans’ “manifest destiny to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development of our yearly multiplying millions.”

      This is very similar to what the European Ashkenazim are now doing in Palestine. That’s why US Christian Zionists get along so well with them.

    • How exactly does it work when you are an “independent country” but you have a Monarch and House of Lords ? What is the job of a ‘lord” ? How do they really view the US ?
      Is it me, or does our “messed up media” have a very strong British accent ?
      Do we have a Loyalist problem ? Isn’t it weird, that every war our coalition of the willing, are all… Realms ? Do they have separation of church and state ? Why does Belgium have a Monarch appointed by the “firm” ?

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