Since 1951, Australian parliamentarians have viewed the Security Treaty between Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America (ANZUS) as the unquestioned cornerstone of Australia’s defence and security. Debate about the treaty has centred on strengthening it rather than scrapping it or replacing it. Over seven decades, substantial changes in the balance of power between states have taken place, new security threats have emerged and non-state actors have risen in prominence. Leaders...[Show more]
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