The Australia, New Zealand, United States Security Treaty is the 1951 collective security non-binding agreement between Australia and New Zealand and, separately and the United States, to co-operate on military matters in the Pacific Ocean region, although today the treaty is taken to relate to conflicts worldwide. It provides that an armed attack on any of the three parties would be dangerous to the others, that each should act to meet the common threat, it set up a committee of foreign ministers. The treaty was one of the series that the United States formed in the 1949–1955 era as part of its collective response to the threat of communism during the Cold War. New Zealand was suspended from ANZUS in 1986 as it initiated a nuclear-free zone in its territorial waters. New Zealand maintains a nuclear-free zone as part of its foreign policy and is suspended from ANZUS, as the United States maintains an ambiguous policy whether or not the warships carry nuclear weapons and operates numerous nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and submarines.

The treaty was a full three-way defence pact, but following a dispute between New Zealand and the United States in 1984 over visiting rights for ships and submarines capable of carrying nuclear arms or nuclear-powered ships of the US Navy to New Zealand ports, the treaty became between Australia and New Zealand and between Australia and the United States, i.e. the treaty has lapsed between the United States and New Zealand, although it remains separately in force between both of those states and Australia. In 2000, the United States opened its ports to the Royal New Zealand Navy once again, under the presidency of Bill Clinton in the US and the government of Helen Clark in New Zealand, the countries have since reestablished bilateral cooperation on defence and security for world peace. While ANZUS is recognised to have split in 1984, the Australia–US alliance remains in full force. Heads of defence of one or both states have joined the annual ministerial meetings, which are supplemented by consultations between the US Combatant Commander Pacific and the Australian Chief of Defence Force.

There are regular civilian and military consultations between the two governments at lower levels. Annual meetings to discuss ANZUS defence matters take place between the United States Secretaries of Defense and State and the Australian Ministers of Defence and Foreign Affairs are known by the acronym AUSMIN; the AUSMIN meeting for 2011 took place in San Francisco in September. The 2012 AUSMIN meeting was in Western Australia in November. Unlike the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, ANZUS has no integrated defence structure or dedicated forces. Australia and the United States conduct a variety of joint activities; these include military exercises ranging from naval and landing exercises at the task-group level to battalion-level special forces training, assigning officers to each other's armed services, standardising equipment and operational doctrine. The two countries operate several joint-defence facilities in Australia ground stations for spy satellite, signals intelligence espionage in Southeast and East Asia as part of the ECHELON network.

During the 2010s, New Zealand and the US resumed a close relationship, although it is unclear whether the revived partnership falls under the aegis of the 1951 trilateral treaty. The Wellington Declaration of 2010 defined a "strategic partnership" between New Zealand and the US, New Zealand joined the biennial Rim of the Pacific military exercise off Hawaii in 2012, for the first time since 1984; the US prohibition on New Zealand ships making port at US bases was lifted after the 2012 exercise. In the years following the Second World War and New Zealand began pressing the United States for a formal security guarantee; the two nations felt threatened by the possibility of a resurgent Japan and the spread of communism to their North. Additionally, the fall of Singapore in 1942 had demonstrated that their traditional protector, the United Kingdom, no longer had power in the region; this added to their sense of vulnerability. The United States was reluctant, offering instead an informal guarantee of protection.

But the need to strengthen the West against communism grew with the Communist victory in the Chinese Civil War in 1949 and the 1950-1953 Korean War. Additionally, the United States wanted to gain Australian and New Zealand approval for a'soft peace' with Japan; the treaty allayed antipodean fears. The resulting treaty was concluded at San Francisco on 1 September 1951, entered into force on 29 April 1952; the treaty bound the signatories to recognise that an armed attack in the Pacific area on any of them would endanger the peace and safety of the others. It stated'The Parties will consult together whenever in the opinion of any of them the territorial integrity, political independence or security of any of the Parties is threatened in the Pacific'; the three nations pledged to maintain and develop individual and collective capabilities to resist attack. The treaty itself was not a source of debate for 30 years, though in this period New Zealand and Australia committed forces to the Malayan Emergency and subsequently the ANZUS nations fought together in the Vietnam War.

As part of the United Nations deployment, New Zealand and Australia had earlier fought alongside the United States in the Korean War. New Zealand sent transport aircraft, maritime patrol aircraft, frigates to the Persian Gulf, a

Amirizdwan Taj

Amirizdwan Taj Bin Tajuddin known as Taj is a Malaysian professional footballer who plays as a centre back and capped by Malaysian national team. Born in Kota Bharu, Taj never play football at his youth where he attended MRSM Gerik and MRSM Kuala Terengganu, his football career began while completing his undergraduate studies at Universiti Teknologi MARA where he played for UiTM FC. During that time, Taj was known by nickname Panjang which means tall in English, to describe his tall physic body compared to his other teammates. Taj was a late bloomer, not from regular state President Cup or youth teams. Amirizdwan further his study at Universiti Teknologi MARA in Sport Science, he join UiTM football team to play for IPT League. His series of good performance caught the eye of several coach from other club and one of them was former coach of Kelantan, B. Sathianathan in a friendly between UiTM Fc and Kelantan; when B. Sathianathan appointed as ATM, he signs Amirizdwan. Amirizdwan joined ATM at the start of the year after three seasons with UiTM and tasted success after helping his side winning the Malaysia Premier League, gain promotion to the Malaysia Super League.

He won Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Cup in 2013 with ATM. Amirizdwan was a versatile player, he was a strong, tenacious, influential and physical player. He has played much of his career as a centre defender, but has been used as a holding midfielder at early of his career, he represented Malaysia in 2011 Summer Universiade alongside K. Reuben. Malaysia finished 12th in the tournament. Amirizdwan made his international debut for Malaysia national football team in 2011 at the age of 25, he was called up to the national squad just before he made the move, but as soon as he started helping the Armed Forces dominate the Premier League in 2012, his regular inclusion in the national set-up was a no-brainer. Despite play for Harimau Malaya he never gets a chance to play for big tournament due to injuries and being over looked by the coach. In 2012, Amirizdwan joined ATM and was given squad number 24, he helped his side in winning the 2012 Malaysia Premier League, promotion to the Malaysia Super League for 2013 season.

At the start of his ATM's career, Amirizdwan used as a midfielder but switch his position to central defender. In April, they removed B. Sathianathan from the head coach position, sparking an exodus of players. Amirizdwan decided to end ties with ATM and return to his home state. A fresh start, was what he was craving for. Amirizdwan signed with Kelantan FA in April 2015, The signing was announced on the Red Warriors' social media accounts, which added that the Kota Bharu-born former UiTM FC player would be wearing number 42 on his kit for the remainder of 2015 season. Amirizdwan has been linked with home state team for the past few years, after his rise from university-level football, he scored his first goal for Kelantan with a header against Sime Darby FC which ended 2-2 that night. At the time that the Red Warriors were undergoing a severe financial crisis Amirizdwan's departure was discussed. Despite interest from other clubs, Amirizdwan signed with Terengganu FA on 2 December 2015, he will be given number 3 in the squad.

A few weeks ago though, speculations of his departure became rife, with Kelantan's well-documented financial issues dominating the narrative. Amir though after signing his contract with the Turtles yesterday claims that his departure was fueled by other reasons. Amir was released by Terengganu without making any appearance after just 6 month signed for the club; the former UiTM, ATM and Kelantan player has always grappled with long-term injuries. Amir signed for PKNS FC for 2017 season. In October 2011, he was called up by K. Rajagobal for the national team's training session for an international friendly against India; as of match played on 13 December 2018. As of match played 8 September 2015. ATM FAMalaysia Premier League: 2012 Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Cup: 2013Kelantan FAMalaysia FA Cup:Runner-up: 2015Kelantan United F. C. Malaysia M3 LeagueChampion: 2019 Amirizdwan is a Kelantan supporter, he married longtime girlfriend Anna Syahida Tamsir. He an excellent student during his school days when he enrolled in Mara junior college.

He has siblings that played football professionally, amir ikhwan taj played for uitm fc, amir izham taj for felda utd u21. Amir himself admired that he's not planned to play football professionally, he never involved in any football pyramid. He didn't went to neither sport school, but during his college years where he just play for his residential college for inter-college games, a coach spotted him and called him to be trained with UiTM Fc. That seems to be cinderella story for him when coach B. Sathianathan whom are head coach for Kelantan that season offered his to play in Malaysia Cup campaign but that deal seems impossible when rules only applicable to those who are played with super league or premier league team that failed to qualified for that competition since Uitm Fc are in FAM League. 2011 is a breakthrough year for him. Maybe the only player from FAM league and only UiTM Fc player being able to do so. Official Facebook Profile Official Twitter


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