Australia to revamp defences as China tensions rise


by International Business Times UK

International Business Times UK— Australia's government has committed to spending at least two percent of GDP on defence.

www.nytimes.com—Australia Spending Nearly $1 Billion on Cyberdefense as China Tensions Rise. Officials promised to recruit at least 500 cyberspies and build on the country’s offensive capabilities to take the online battle overseas.

en.brinkwire.com—China reacts as Australia shows off $270bn defence boost. July 5, 2020

Mail Online—China's warning after Australia shows off its $270B defence boost. Chinese government controlled media has responded to Prime Minister Scott Morrison's announcement that Australia will spend $270billion on defence expansion.