The British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed to Asian waters as part of a ‘Magnificent Seven’ that will include US and Australian forces. Photo: AFP The British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed to Asian waters as part of a ‘Magnificent Seven’ that will include US and Australian forces. Photo: AFP
The British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed to Asian waters as part of a ‘Magnificent Seven’ that will include US and Australian forces. Photo: AFP
Neil Newman
Opinion

Opinion

Abacus by Neil Newman

As China’s blockade unravels the Australian economy, everything is at risk

  • Not everyone plays by Aussie rules as Canberra finds out going head-to-head with Beijing
  • As the American, British and other navies plan a show of force in Asian waters, Beijing’s relations with Canberra are heading to a point of no return

The British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed to Asian waters as part of a ‘Magnificent Seven’ that will include US and Australian forces. Photo: AFP The British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed to Asian waters as part of a ‘Magnificent Seven’ that will include US and Australian forces. Photo: AFP
The British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth will be deployed to Asian waters as part of a ‘Magnificent Seven’ that will include US and Australian forces. Photo: AFP
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