(From the left) Australian Defence Secretary Greg Moriarty, Chief of the Australian Defence Force General Angus Campbell and Prime Minister Scott Morrison at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, on September 16. Photo: AAP
(From the left) Australian Defence Secretary Greg Moriarty, Chief of the Australian Defence Force General Angus Campbell and Prime Minister Scott Morrison at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, on September 16. Photo: AAP
Chris Khatouki
Opinion

Opinion

Chris Khatouki

Australia’s war posturing against China is out of tune with the region – and dangerous

  • The militaristic chest-thumping from the Australian political class, a growing military-industry complex, and the decline of Asian literacy are creating a toxic cocktail

(From the left) Australian Defence Secretary Greg Moriarty, Chief of the Australian Defence Force General Angus Campbell and Prime Minister Scott Morrison at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, on September 16. Photo: AAP
(From the left) Australian Defence Secretary Greg Moriarty, Chief of the Australian Defence Force General Angus Campbell and Prime Minister Scott Morrison at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, on September 16. Photo: AAP
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