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China has made no bones about it - it's annoyed with Australia over its criticism of China's new air defence zone over the disputed islands. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is standing firm on her criticism. Hugh White is professor of strategic studies at the ANU. He believes Australia has some tough choices to make. Source: abc.net.au

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