It's been a little over two months since a row broke out between Prime Minister Scott Morrison and French President Emmanuel Macron over the AUKUS security deal and Australia's sudden scrapping of a submarine contract. Now that the diplomatic storm has calmed, what does the AUKUS pact mean for Australia's security, and is it worth the economic or strategic cost? The ABC's RN Breakfast brought together experts to discuss the issue: Marcus Hellyer, senior analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute; Gorana Grgic, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Government and International Relations and the US Studies Centre at the University of Sydney; and Peter Briggs, former naval admiral and submarine expert.