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THE US INDO-PACIFIC STRATEGY – Impacts for Australia & the Region (includes Xtek interview)

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In today’s episode we speak with Prof John Blaxland, Strategic & Defence Studies, Australian National University for his insights into the regional defence, security and trade activities and the release of the US Strategic Framework for the Indo Pacific.

We also speak with Philippe Odouard, Managing Director of XTEK Limited and their recent MOU with Milram Robotics and defence applications for #drones and #robotic platforms.

#defence #security #robotics #drones #USAlliance #Australia #JohnBlaxland #ANU #strategy #IndoPacific #USChinarelations #ASEAN #NorthKorea

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