The joint development and deployment of major U.S. military aircraft in the Asia-Pacific could prove vital in securing and strengthening trilateral relationships that tie together America, Australia and Japan, says Andrew Shearer, a former national security adviser to the Australian government and a visiting fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies ...

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