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February 3, 1987
The United States has informed New Zealand it will not renew its logistical support agreement when it expires on June 21 because of New Zealand's anti-nuclear policy, the U.S. Information Service said in Wellington, New Zealand. Observers said the announcement means New Zealand will not be able to buy military hardware at the same prices the U.S. government pays directly to the manufacturer. Instead, New Zealand will be forced to buy what equipment is available on the international market.
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May 2, 1988
New Zealand's Prime Minister David Lange said that if being part of the ANZUS alliance means his country must be defended by nuclear weapons, then "we're better off without it." Lange, in Santa Barbara, Calif., to receive the Distinguished Peace Leadership Award presented annually by the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, in 1984 banned all nuclear weapons and nuclear-powered ships from his country. Visits by U.S.
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