The Changing Western Alliance in the South Pacific.
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The Western alliance in the South Pacific has experienced three decades of success based on a cooperative spirit established through its keystone, the Australia, New Zealand, United States ANZUS Treaty. Over the last few years, some events have occurred that are now challenging this spirit. The author examines the alliance, its history and objectives, and the issues confronting it. He also analyzes current policies of ANZUS nations and their perceptions of the treaty. He concludes that the traditional ANZUS Treaty can no longer meet the security objectives of its members and that it requires major revision. A blueprint for change is suggested.
- Government and Political Science