- Trump administration policies at home and abroad have strained relations with countries all over the world.
- Those strains have been felt acutely in Australia, a country already wary of Trump and now at odds with both the US and China.
- One Chinese state-media outlet called Australia "a giant kangaroo that serves as a dog to the US."
- The response to the coronavirus pandemic has contributed to a sense in Australia that it is caught between the two powers.
- Australia's deep ties to the US and economic reliance on China put it in a precarious position.
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