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  • [New] The new three-nation security pact - called AUKUS - will be seen by China as a bid to counter its regional influence, especially in the contested South China Sea. ABC (Australia)
  • [New] Starting today, the software giant will let consumers sign into Microsoft accounts with its Microsoft Authenticator app, Windows Hello, a security key, or an SMS / email verification code instead of a password. The Verge
  • [New] The United States is forming a new Indo-Pacific security alliance with Britain and Australia that will allow for greater sharing of defense capabilities - including helping equip Australia with nuclear-powered submarines. AP News
  • [New] The proven scale, security, and capabilities of Druva Cloud Platform help organizations protect their backup environments from ransomware and other cyber threats, making it an ideal component of a defense in depth security framework. Yahoo Finance
  • [New] As part of a new trilateral security arrangement between the U.S., U.K. and Australia - known as AUKUS - the U.S. and U.K. will support an Australian push to purchase nuclear-powered attack submarines for its fleet. USNI News
  • [New] The United States is forming a new Indo-Pacific security alliance with Britain and Australia that will allow for greater sharing of defense capabilities, a move that could deepen a growing chasm in U.S.-China relations. Global News
  • [New] There was speculation that the British Government could be involved to support Australia secure the technology required to service nuclear submarines. news.com.au - Australia's leading news site
  • [New] A third, navy-heavy theatre, called the maritime command will be responsible for the security of the Indian Ocean Region; and an island command, already functional and called the Andaman & Nicobar Command (ANC), would project power into the eastern Indian Ocean. Broadsword by Ajai Shukla - Strategy. Economics. Stuff.
  • [New] The United States, Australia and Britain announced Wednesday the formation of a trilateral security partnership known as AUKUS, stating its first major initiative will be to deliver a nuclear-powered submarine fleet for Australia. UPI
  • [New] Under the new security partnership unveiled on Wednesday between Australia, Britain and the United States, known as AUKUS, Australia will build nuclear-powered submarines with U.S. and British technology. www.news.cn
  • [New] A direct cable connection between the United States and Hong Kong would pose an unacceptable risk to the national security and law enforcement interests of the United States. The Conversation
  • [New] The limited interest that Washington is showing in Syria or the Iranian threat from its territory increases the challenge to Israel and mainly obliges it to take care of its security interests more actively. Middle East in 24 English
  • [New] The White House took a step this past week that could further deepen the U.S.-China divide, forming a security alliance with Britain and Australia that will mean a greater sharing of defense capabilities, including helping equip Australia with nuclear-powered submarines. The Independent
  • [New] America's strategic preoccupation with China could mean less U.S. attention and resources for Europe, and imply an expectation that Europeans will do more to provide for their own security. Council on Foreign Relations
  • [New] The United States, Britain and Australia announced they would establish a security partnership for the Indo-Pacific that will help Australia acquire U.S. nuclear-powered submarines and scrap the $40 billion French-designed submarine deal. Reuters
  • [New] The US, UK and Australia are setting up a trilateral security partnership aimed at confronting China, which will include helping Australia to build nuclear-powered submarines. The Guardian
  • [New] In the past few years, China has become more assertive in its rhetoric, matching its military buildup, which most security pundits now say is about seeking to intimidate potential adversaries so they will just back down. The Conversation
  • [New] The security pact with the Western powers, including access to U.S. nuclear submarine technology, will be seen by Beijing, which is embroiled in a long-running trade spat with Canberra, as a threat. Reuters
  • [New] Britain has entered into a security pact with the US and Australia to counter China that will involve building a nuclear powered submarine fleet and wide-ranging projects on cyber warfare, artificial intelligence and quantum computing. The Independent
  • [New] The 'new cold war' with China will continue to lock in place the power of the US military-industrial complex and squander trillions more on wasteful and unnecessary military programmes designed to benefit American corporations rather than defend the actual security of actual American citizens. Taylor & Francis
  • [New] The U.S., Australia and the U.K. have unveiled a new Indo-Pacific security alliance that will enable Canberra to deploy nuclear-powered submarines in a riposte to China's growing maritime power. Nikkei Asia
  • [New] The reinforced security alliance with the United States and Britain, which will include collaborations on artificial intelligence and other emerging technology, reflected the needs of a more dangerous dynamic in the Asia-Pacific region. The New York Times
  • [New] China hit out on Thursday at a trilateral security pact between the U.S., the U.K., and Australia that will help Canberra develop nuclear submarines, calling it severely damaging to regional peace and stability. Radio Free Asia

Last updated: 21 September 2021


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