Australia getting nuclear subs via Aukus ‘ups risk of conflict near China’

The new security partnership to help Australia acquire its first fleet of nuclear-powered submarines will add risks of military conflicts in waters close to China including the disputed South China Sea, an expert warned.Australia will bolster its naval strength and narrow the gap between its naval force and China’s – the world’s largest navy– by building eight nuclear-powered submarines (also known as SSNs, the US Navy’s hull classification) through Aukus, the Indo-Pacific security partnership…

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