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South Pacific Breezes Blowing - Why Pacific Island Nations Are Looking to DC

18:13November 5, 2019

Forget buying Greenland, the largest island in the world. China wants to lease Tulagi. Never heard of it? Well, after this episode you will. Abraham Denmark walks us through diplomatic moves being made by Pacific Island nations and why the US relationship with these countries is strategically important.

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