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How to Pronounce ANZUS?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ANZUS" is [ˈanzəs], [ˈanzəs], [ˈa_n_z_ə_s].

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"ANZUS" in context

The ANZUS Treaty, or Australia, New Zealand, United States Security Treaty, was a treaty established in 1951 by Australia and New Zealand and signed by the United States of America, whose purpose was to create a collective security agreement. The treaty stipulated that in the event of an attack in the Pacific region, all three countries would commit to come to the defense of any of the parties. After the treaty was signed, the U.S. engaged in various military and security operations in the region in order to ensure the security and stability of the area.

Throughout the years, the treaty has been the cornerstone of the U.S.

Usage over time for ANZUS:

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