ANZUS


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ANZUS

(ˈænzəs)
n acronym for
(Military) Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, with reference to the security alliance between them

ANZUS

Australia, New Zealand, and US Pacific security treaty signed 1951. New Zealand withdrew 1985.
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83) Ayson has surmised that, while a "formal alliance relationship (including a return to full ANZUS relations) still seems most unlikely," it is "no exaggeration to say that New Zealand is now an informal ally of the United States.
59) Periodic statements by Chinese political and military officials that Australia must "choose" between ANZUS and a better relationship with China are both an expression of Chinese frustration but also crudely executed strategy.
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According to the report, while the US and New Zealand remain Australia's formal allies in the ANZUS treaty, this deal elevates Australia's relationship with China to the status of "strategic partnership" and puts it alongside Indonesia and India.
I would sooner abrogate the ANZUS Treaty with New Zealand and the U.
The United States, Australia, and New Zealand signed the ANZUS Treaty in 1951, which remains Australia's pre-eminent formal security treaty alliance.
This aspiration carried over into Article VIII of the tripartite treaty, later known as ANZUS, which used the wording "pending the development of a more comprehensive system of regional security in the Pacific Area" ("Anzus Treaty" 1951).
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard invited Obama to Australia from November 16-17 for the anniversary of the ANZUS (The Australia, New Zealand, United States Security Treaty).
His evidence includes empire, Venezuela and the Great Rapprochement; ANZUS, Britain and the Pacific Pact; Suez, Vietnam and the Great and Powerful Friends; and empire, Iraq, and the Coalition of the Willing.
During the 16 months between December 1949 and April 1951, when Spender was the first Minister for External Affairs in the post-war Coalition government led by Robert Menzies, he was a central figure in negotiating both the ANZUS Treaty and the Colombo Plan, foundation stones of the alliance and Asian engagement respectively.
Mid-2012 saw completion of the Afghan buy and delivery of three aircraft each month to the USAF, with an additional one aircraft per month going to the ANZUS (Australia, New Zealand, United States Security Treaty) OA-X program, a combined buy between Australia and New Zealand.