August 14, 2012

Australia Needs Conversation on U.S., China

Peter Hartcher, Sydney Morning Herald

AP

The last time the US sent its defence secretary to Australia, he planned to host a cocktail party for local luminaries in Melbourne as part of his program. An early version of the guest list included an Australian named Hugh White. But his invitation was never sent.

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