New Zealand opens up the possibility of joining the new Aukus defense alliance with Australia, Great Britain and the USA, while maintaining the ban on nuclear-powered submarines, such as those to be supplied to Australia in the first stage by Great Britain or by the USA.
Developing emerging cyber technologies
The High Commissioner of Australia, who is the ambassador, indicated that New Zealand could join the agreement, in order to cooperate in the development of emerging electronic technologies, including artificial intelligence and quantum computing.
However, the historic ban on nuclear power in its territorial waters will remain. In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Ms. Annette King said Oekos “doesn’t change in any way” the security and intelligence relations with the three countries of New Zealand, which would not have a role in developing nuclear-powered submarines, but now welcomes the increased participation of the states The United Kingdom and the United Kingdom in the Indo-Pacific region.
Towards the APEC Summit on November 8
“We have affirmed our collective goal, which is to ensure peace and stability in our region and to maintain a rules-based international order,” he declared just days before the summit of 21 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation leaders he hosted. From New Zealand, where the economic recovery after the Covid-19 epidemic will be high on the agenda.
The sudden alliance and the wrath of Paris
The unannounced announcement in September of the new defense alliance between the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom, accompanied by the termination of a huge contract to supply French diesel submarines to Australia, caused a surprise in Europe and especially in Europe. Paris’s wrath.
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