Australia is risking its own neck for the US in the South China Sea – has it stopped to ask why?

Australia echoes US arguments about freedom of navigation and mimics American surveillance activities in the South China Sea, while claiming it acts in its own interests. Yet it must ask itself: how does provoking a possible military conflict serve the country or region?

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