AUKUS, the nascent Australia-United Kingdom-United States of America strategic pact, continues to show considerable pace and development at an operational level but increasing division and dysfunction at a strategic political level.
AUKUS, with three member states of the five-state “Five Eyes” intelligence exchange treaty (UK, United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand), is showing that there is an unremitting internal division within each of the states and serious dislocation at an international level, particularly between the leaderships of the United States and the UK. This is despite the overall consensus at a socio-political level that the alliance was a positive development for all members….

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