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Australia and the future of nuclear deterrence

7 Mar 2007
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Global strategic changes are leading to a faster pace of nuclear proliferation, including in Northeast Asia. Australia currently relies on the US for nuclear protection. But these regional changes could necessitate a rethinking of this position. In this paper, Robyn Lim raises questions about Australia’s dependence on the US for extended deterrence and discusses the need to keep our uranium enrichment options open.

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