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Australia's defence update has found us a nemesis. But a war between the US and China would be extremely serious for Australia.
In a campaign that's cost Australia close to $10b, we've lost 41 lives and gained allegations of unlawful killings and war crimes.
Australia needs a full investigation and prosecution into war crimes in Afghanistan, otherwise the case could go all the way to The Hague.