Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts FPRI’s James Kraska Quoted in Quartz

FPRI’s James Kraska Quoted in Quartz

FPRI’s James Kraska Quoted in Quartz


Quartz

For decades, Australia has enjoyed one clear benefit from its remote location: No major military power has posed a nearby threat. In the years ahead, that could change.

According to a report by Fairfax Media published yesterday (April 9), the governments of China and Vanuatu have held preliminary discussions about China building a military base in the South Pacific island nation. A spokesman for China’s embassy in Vanuatu said the idea was “ridiculous,” while Vanuatu’s foreign minister, Ralph Regenvanu, rejected the report.

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