Singapore welcomes Australia’s assurance that AUKUS will promote ‘stable and secure’ Asia-Pacific

Singapore has welcomed Australia’s assurance that its trilateral security pact with the US and UK will support ASEAN centrality and promote a stable and secure Asia-Pacific region. AUKUS was signed in September with the focus on the Indo-Pacific region. In various meetings with the regional bloc’s partners, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong also highlighted key areas for stronger regional cooperation. At the first ever ASEAN-Australia Summit, Mr Lee also suggested enhancing collaboration in the development of smart cities.

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Aukus: ¿Cuál es el objetivo en común de EE. UU., Reino Unido y Australia? – Es la Hora de Opinar

Leo Zuckermann analiza junto con el internacionalista Mauricio Meschoulam el conflicto entre Estados Unidos y Francia por la venta de submarinos nucleares a Australia. ¿La causa de fondo es la rivalidad entre EE. UU. y China?

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AUKUS: France recalls ambassadors in Australia and US amid submarine pact row

France’s ambassador to Australia has left Canberra, as it carries out a highly charged response to the AUKUS security agreement. (Subscribe:

The deal was announced on Wednesday between Australia, the UK and the US.

The French foreign minister said it was taking the rare step of recalling its Australian and Washington ambassadors because of the ‘exceptional gravity’ of the pact, which rips up a multi-billion euro submarine contract France had with Australia.

But the diplomatic fallout is about more than just money.
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France recalls ambassadors to US, Australia over AUKUS submarine deal | DW News

A fierce diplomatic row is heating up within the Western alliance. France has recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia after Canberra scrapped a major French submarine purchase in favor of nuclear-powered subs built with US technology.
France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the cancellation of the contract was "unacceptable behavior between allies and partners." On Wednesday, US President Joe Biden infuriated Paris by announcing a new Indo-Pacific security alliance with Britain and Australia. France is set to lose 31 billion euros on the submarines and says it expects compensation.


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Aukus pact: Reaction from France and China

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has admitted at a defence fair in London that if he were French he would be extremely disappointed over the Australian decision to axe diesel electric-submarines and switch to the UK and US technology for nuclear submarine propulsion.

The initiative announced this week will focus on helping the Australian navy procure a multi-billion-pound fleet of nuclear-powered submarines amid growing concerns over China.

Sky’s Deborah Haynes got to speak to him.

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China, France rebuke U.S. nuclear sub pact ‘AUKUS’

China condemned a new Indo-Pacific security pact between the U.S., Britain and Australia which would provide Australia with nuclear-powered submarines. France, which loses its own submarine deal with Australia, called the plans brutal and unpredictable.

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Blinken: France aware before AUKUS announced

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says France had been informed the U.S., Britain and Australia were forming a new security alliance before it was announced. (Sept. 16)

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Indo-Pacific: AUKUS alliance causes anger in France and EU | DW News

Paris has expressed a feeling of betrayal after Australia went back on a deal to buy French submarines. Canberra says the decision was necessary for Australia to meet its strategic needs.

Australia’s decision to accept the US submarine deal was announced alongside the unveiling of the Indo-Pacific security agreement with the US and Britain.

The pact allows Australia to develop a nuclear-powered fleet — an option that was not open to Canberra when it struck a deal with France in 2016.

The European Union announced its own strategy to boost political and defense ties in the Indo-Pacific on Thursday.

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Thursday that Brussels had not been consulted on the pact, which has been dubbed "AUKUS."

"We regret not having been informed, not having been part of these talks," Borrell said as he presented the strategy.


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How new security partnership AUKUS could affect U.S. relations with China

President Joe Biden has announced a new national security initiative focused on the Indo-Pacific region. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joined CBSN’s Tanya Rivero for more on what this means for relations with China.

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