Australia and New Zealand on Thursday played down their differences on managing ties with China, even as Wellington’s top diplomat reiterated hesitancy about using a five-nation intelligence alliance to confront Beijing on human rights. Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne and her New Zealand counterpart Nanaia Mahuta stressed their countries’ “common values” amid public signs of division on expanding the remit of the “Five Eyes” alliance that also includes the United States, Britain and…



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