The U.S.-Australia alliance under the ANZUS Treaty
remains in full force and was enlarged to include cyber security at the 2011 AUSMIN meeting in San Francisco.
As an active member of the Socialist Forum, she lobbied for the scrapping of the ANZUS treaty
, making Leningrad a sister city of Melbourne.
A distinguished New Zealand historian covers this small country's relations with the United States from World War II to the present--from times of close alliance through very rough times, when New Zealand turned against the United States and withdrew from the alliance (the ANZUS Treaty
) based on a political anti-nuclear, anti-American agenda coming out of the war in Vietnam.
Congress, the United Nations (UN), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Organization of American States (OAS), member states of the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (Rio Treaty), and the Security Treaty Between Australia, New Zealand, and the United States of America (ANZUS treaty
In neighboring Australia, Prime Minister John Howard also paid tribute to Lange, saying, 'I respected him although I obviously disagreed very strongly with his decision to take New Zealand out of the ANZUS treaty
Australian diplomacy achieved its greatest triumph when the Truman administration signed the ANZUS treaty
The Chinese ambassador in Canberra talks about a "strategic economic relationship." Australia's foreign minister has questioned whether the ANZUS treaty
would automatically apply in the event of a U.S.
Australian foreign minister Alexander Downer said his government would consult with the US, as required by the ANZUS treaty
, if an attack on Taiwan triggered an American military response, but whether Australia would join the fight was a separate question, he said.
One example concerns the prime minister's use of the ANZUS treaty
as the basis of the operation.
Rather than try to live with the New Zealand decision, Washington withdrew its security guarantee to New Zealand under the Anzus Treaty
(the 1951 tripartite defense pact among the United States, Australia and New Zealand) as a lesson to other allies.
At the conference Bruce Brown, then the NZIIA's director, examined 'the question of nuclear weapons, which most worries the critics of New Zealand's alignment, in the context of the ANZUS treaty
and especially of New Zealand-Australian relations'.