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The Quad arrangement with Australia, India, Japan and the US is hard to define

Nicholas Stuart
By Nicholas Stuart
December 5 2021 - 6:30pm
From left - former Japanese prime minister Yoshihide Suga, Narendra Modi, Joe Biden and Scott Morrison meeting in America earlier this year. Picture: Shutterstock

This column was meant to be about the Quad - the pretend construct that Australia, India, Japan and the US are networking to form some sort of heavy-duty counterweight to China - but you can't write a thousand words about nothing.

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Nicholas Stuart

Nicholas Stuart is a Canberra writer.

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