The Australia-Korea Minilateral

The Australia-Korea relationship is in its sixtieth year, and although trade, historic and strategic links are strong, security cooperation is less advanced. Earlier this year, on the sidelines of the G7 Summit in Cornwall, the two countries agreed in-principle to elevate their relationship to “Comprehensive Strategic Partnership” status, ranking just below the Australia-Japan Special Strategic Partnership. But, for the relationship to qualify as a “comprehensive”, it needs to bring the security pillar of its engagement on par with its other aspects.


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