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Aukus partnership will complement and not sideline Quad

Publication date 21 September 2021 | 20:08 | ICT

The formation of an Australia-UK-US (Aukus) partnership, dubbed Aukus, was declared by US President Joe Biden at a virtual joint broadcast occasion with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison last



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