Minilateralism: U.S. looks to small groupings to tackle shared security concerns

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Minilateralism: U.S. looks to small groupings to tackle shared security concerns
The roles of AUKUS and the Quad have grown wider, while bolstered cooperation between Washington, Tokyo and Seoul is just taking shape.
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