How did a sunken submarine deal drive a wedge between Australia and France? | ABC News

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The tension between the two leaders is palpable after the massive deal was torn up, with Australia announcing its new defence and security pact with the United States and the United Kingdom along with a commitment to acquire nuclear-powered submarines.

Here’s Gemma Veness on how it derailed and a timeline outlining the now sunken deal.

Image Credit: Commonwealth of Australia: Navy Imagery Unit

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