This is probably not what Brussels had in mind. Shortly before the presentation of the European Union’s long-announced Indo-Pacific strategy, Australia, the US and the UK are surprising the Europeans with their own security pact that also applies to the Pacific region. Australia’s participation is particularly painful. After all, the oceanic continent was supposed to be an important partner in the EU’s venture – and would even have been the largest in terms of area.
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