Aerial shot of Gales Bay at the south end of Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia. (Jon Hanson)
Aerial shot of Gales Bay at the south end of Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia.
(Jon Hanson)

Australia’s Security Challenge

August 9, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
As Australia prepares for national elections, whichever party gains office must face the challenge of security and defense in an increasingly militarized Pacific region.
 

Australia is an island nation—the world’s largest island and its smallest continent.

The Australian coastline measures 59,736 kilometers.

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