Australia to be testing ground for US Missiles

Australia has become a highlighted player in the AUKUS pact, notably serving as an ideal testing ground for advanced U.S weaponry owing to its unique geographical features. The expanded AUKUS focus has shifted from merely supplying Australia with nuclear-powered submarines to incorporating advanced techs like long-range precision shooting, artificial intelligence, and hypersonic weapons. This strategic move is to counter the ever-increasing dominance of China in the Asia-Pacific region. Also, the property tycoon, Srettha Thavisin, has been elected as the new Prime Minister of Thailand, potentially ushering in a new era of coalition politics, and he is expected to manage a coalition government including parties affiliated with the militaristic royalists.


  1. AUKUS agreement between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
  2. AUKUS primarily supplies Australia with advanced military tech due to its strategic geographic position.
  3. The AUKUS pact adapted to counter China's dominance in the Asia-Pacific region.
  4. A shift in U.S defense strategy focusing on strengthening alliances and using nuclear arsenals as a deterrence rather than engaging in multiple conflicts.
  5. Srettha Thavisin, founder of Sansiri, elected as Thailand's new Prime Minister.
  6. Potential of new coalition politics in Thailand involving the militaristic royalists.