Expert: U.S, Japan and Australia relationship bring divisions to Asia
The Reciprocal Access Agreement (RAA) comes just months after the launch of AUKUS. The new deal mainly focuses on security and defense. How will the deal affect the security situation in the Asia-Pacific? CGTN's Global Watch is joined by Teng Jianqun, director of the American Studies Department at the China Institute of International Studies. Teng said that strong ties between the U.S., Japan and Australia would bring divisions among the Asian-Pacific countries, and more frequent military drills to the area, raising concerns over regional stability.