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Canberra can’t eat London’s empty and penniless words – Global Times

London’s endorsement of Canberra’s bark is weak. It provides no real assistance apart from making a diplomatic posture. Worse, it is not necessarily real spiritual…

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On November 26, Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the UK’s Foreign Affairs Select Committee, told the Sydney Morning Herald that he expected the UK and Australia to stand “shoulder to shoulder in standing up for democracy” against China. The Diplomat magazine said the remark demonstrated “deep solidarity with Australia as that country finds itself in China’s crosshairs.”
The question is: What exactly could the UK do to stand “shoulder to shoulder” with Australia apart from political…

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