Podcast: What will a Biden presidency mean for Australia?

written by Robyn Tongol | November 18, 2020
VC-25A 92-9000 "Air Force One" departs Amberley on November 16. (Alexander Watts)
VC-25A 92-9000 “Air Force One” departs Amberley on November 16. (Alexander Watts)

Stephen Loosley served in Parliament during the Hawke and Keating governments, where he chaired the joint committee on foreign affairs, defence and trade and the Senate regulations committee.

On this special episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, hosts Phil Tarrant and Steven Kuper talk to guest Stephen Loosley about the fallout from the election of Joe Biden as the next US president.

What will it mean for Australia? How will it affect relations with China? And will it restore traditional international alliances abandoned by Donald Trump?

Finally, the team discusses the regional response to the election result and what nations throughout the Indo-Pacific are saying, as well as the economic impact for Australia and its regional partners over the coming decade.

Enjoy the podcast,

The Australian Aviation team.

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