Red Alert urges Australia to prepare for war with China in three years
Red Alert Report A joint report of two important newspapers published in Australia has come to the fore. In this newspaper, the government of Australian Prime Minister Albanese has been advised to be ready for war with China.
Red Alert Report: A joint report of two important newspapers published in Australia has come out. In this, the government of Australian Prime Minister Albanese has been advised to be ready for war with China.
This report of the newspapers The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age has been named Red Alert. It warned that Australia should prepare for war with China in the coming three years.
Five security analysts prepared red alert report
The report, titled Red Alert, has been prepared by five security analysts Alan Finkel, Peter Jennings, Lavina Lee, Mick Ryan and Leslie Seebeck. The report, published by the Nine Entertainment media group, suggested that the likelihood of conflict involving Taiwan and China is much higher than most Australians.
According to the report of Taiwan News, analysts believe that Australia is not ready to get involved in the war involving China and Taiwan, but despite this, Australia should start preparing for the war. Furthermore, given the country's alliance with the US, it may have been very difficult for Australia to avoid involvement in the war.
Fear of attack on Taiwan
Regarding the possibility of an attack on Taiwan, the report said that at this time there is only speculation that Taiwan will be attacked, but this is not the only scenario. This could pose a threat to Australia's security and prosperity.
Australia should not prepare itself for any one scenario, but be prepared to deal with many problems at once. Democracies rarely predict their next war, but the next war is certainly not the same as the last.
Only 3 years left to prepare for war
The report states that our assessment of the risk of war is based on the aggressive attitude of Chinese President Xi Jinping and the rapidly increasing military build-up. Australia has only 3 years to deal with the threat coming from China.
According to the analysis, around 2027, Beijing's military capability in the Taiwan Strait will exceed that of the US. Apart from this, the demographic crisis has also been cited as a major reason in the report.