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China Deems Australia 'No Longer Peaceful', But Now "Saber Wielding" After Sub Deal

China’s acting ambassador to Australia, Wang Xining, said by seeking nuclear submarines under the AUKUS military pact, Australia will turn to "saber wielding" rather than being a "peace defender."

In an interview with The Guardian published Thursday, Wang said he used to view Australia as a peace-loving nation, but now that it is seeking nuclear-powered submarines designed for long-range attacks, that view has changed. "So who are you going to attack? You are no longer a peace lover, a peace defender, you become a saber wielder in certain form," he said.

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