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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