So just as we pay tribute to the Ukrainian military’s brave actions, we should pay tribute to Ukrainian cyber security too. We and other allies will continue to support them in shoring up their defences. And at home, we are doing all we can to ensure sure that businesses and Government urgently follow through on plans to improve basic levels of cyber resilience. I know your ACSC is doing the same here in Australia.
①The first is that we have to find new ways to collaborate and cooperate with partners. For those of us in National Security, that’s about ensuring the health of existing relationships. It’s about securing our alliances, like the Five Eyes, NATO and in this region, ASEAN. And it’s about working with businesses in new and truly collaborative ways. And to do this we need to make sure that our counteroffer – to states who haven’t yet decided which way they should jump – is persuasive and coherent. Too often it’s not.
元の講演の文章は、以下のように書かれています。 ロシアは、squeezed out されてしまうと言っています。
But there are risks to them both (and arguably more for China) in being too closely aligned. Russia understands that long term, China will become increasingly strong militarily and economically. Some of their interests conflict; Russia could be squeezed out of the equation.
As I’ve said previously, without action it is increasingly apparent that the key technologies on which we all rely on for prosperity and security won’t be shaped and controlled by the West in the future.
今後、中国がロシア、西欧の脅威になっていくだろうと言っていますが、当然、中国には問題があるし、自由主義国ではありません。 ですから、世界の秩序 the norms for a new global governanceを、作れるのは西側であるということのようです。 西側主導によって、世界は、繁栄と自由及び安全保障を達成してきたが、このアクションなしでは、将来達成はできないと言っています。