More work needed on AUKUS technology sharing – British, Australian officials

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – More work is needed to break down bureaucratic barriers to technology sharing in the second pillar of a trilateral defense agreement between Australia, Britain and the United States, British and Australian defense officials said on Wednesday. Shimon Fhima, director of Strategic Programmes at Britain’s Ministry of Defence, made the comment referring to part of the 2021 AUKUS agreement dealing with advanced technology programs such as artificial intelligence and hypersonic weapons. Speaking at a virtual event hosted by Washington’s Center for a New American Security think …

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