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AUKUS and GCAP set new Indo-Pacific security template

Technology cooperation more than a response to China's military modernization

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Anthony Albanese, left, with Joe Biden and Rishi Sunak at U.S. Naval Base Point Loma in San Diego on March 13: The SSN-AUKUS program is set to constitute the backbone of the submarine force of both Australia and the U.K.   © AP

Alessio Patalano is professor of war and strategy in East Asia at King's College London and a visiting fellow at the Royal Navy Strategic Studies Center.

Two of the Asia-Pacific's newest informal security groupings have made milestone advances this month.

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