New Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks during question time in the House of Representatives in Canberra on Sept. 13. Australia's revolving door of prime ministers has produced turmoil that has hurt its relations with major powers in the Asia-Pacific region.
Australia's leaders have always been mindful of maintaining the balance between China and the United States. Growing fragmentation, however, is putting the country's foreign policy off-kilter....
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