Paris rages over submarine deal while US calls France ‘a vital partner’

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The French embassy in Washington has canceled a gala after the US, UK and Australia struck a deal – dubbed AUKUS – on Wednesday. While China and France are angry over the pact, others are asking what it could mean for NATO.

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