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The ANZUS treaty does not make Australia safer. Rather, it fuels a fear of perpetual military threat

By Emma Shortis, Research Fellow, RMIT University
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The current US-Australia strategic relationship requires an enemy – a “common danger”. As a result, Australia doesn’t seek cooperation with the Asia-Pacific region, it arms itself instead.

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