Australians ‘most concerned’ about possible ‘military conflict’ between US and China

Natasha Kassam, director of polling at the Lowy Institute, says Australians are most concerned about Russia's and China's foreign policies and the potential for a military conflict between the US and Beijing.  New poll conducted by the Lowy Institute revealed to what extent Australians believe various world events pose a threat to our national security.  The survey included a wide range of questions from more than 2,000 concerned Australians.

Natasha Kassam, director of polling at the Lowy Institute, says Australians are most concerned about Russia’s and China’s foreign policies and the potential for a military conflict between the US and Beijing. New poll conducted by the Lowy Institute revealed to what extent Australians believe various world events pose a threat to our national security. The survey included a wide range of questions from more than 2,000 concerned Australians. Natasha Kassam, director of polling at the Lowy Institute, says Australians are most concerned about Russia’s and China’s foreign policies and the potential for a military conflict between the US and Beijing. New poll conducted by the Lowy Institute revealed to what extent Australians believe various world events pose a threat to our national security. The survey included a wide range of questions from more than 2,000 concerned Australians.

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