Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the Pacific "is big enough for all of us" as the United States pushes for a more visible military role across the region to counter China.
(From L) US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill, South Australia Governor Kevin Scarce and US Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich meet at Government House in Adelaide, on November 15. The US military will station a powerful radar and a space telescope in Australia as part of a major refocusing of priorities towards Asia, the two countries announced.
In a speech at a marine defence hub in the South Australian capital Adelaide, America's top diplomat on Thursday sought to allay fears about Washington's pivot into Asia, which has irked Beijing.
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