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Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Professor Dr. Jeffrey Lewis provided insight into China’s recent nuclear-capable hypersonic missile test in an Australian Broadcasting Corporation podcast.

On October 21, Dr. Lewis was featured in a podcast with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s podcast The Signal, where he provided insight into China’s recent nuclear-capable hypersonic missile test.

China has reportedly been testing long-range glider missiles that can evade United States defenses, prompting security concerns for the United States and Australia. Though some outlets have called this a “Sputnik moment,” Dr. Lewis cautions stakeholders against catastrophizing.

Listen to the full podcast.

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