“We are witnessing the largest arms race since World War II in the Pacific.”  Australia is preparing for conflict with China

“We are facing the largest arms race in our region since 1945 and the greatest strategic uncertainty,” Pat Conroy, Australia's Minister for Defense Industry and International Development, told us. According to Conroy, the nuclear submarine agreement between Australia, the US and the UK – which has been described as an important step towards deterring China – is a “bipartisan commitment”.

When it comes to building Australia's defense industry and integrating it with the US and UK, Conroy believes “everyone needs to step up”. Canberra is doing its part by pledging to increase its navy from 11 large ships to 26, while Australian companies are involved in the production of the US Army's new precision attack missile to replace ATMS missiles and other munitions.

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