Vol. 35 Nbr. 6, November 2010
- New Zealand in the world: prime minister John Key outlines his government's approach to international affairs.
- Red democracy, yellow democracy: political conflict in Thailand: Jim Ockey backgrounds the recent crisis in Thailand and warns that the current calm may not persist.
- China-US tensions: new era or old pattern? Jian Yang and Rouben Azizian predict that co-operation and friction will continue to characterise the relationship between the two great powers.
- Appointment of director, New Zealand Institute of International Affairs.
- Adjusting to a changing world: Terence O'Brien discusses New Zealand's foreign policy and international governance.
- Engaging with the world: John Allen suggests that New Zealand needs to be realistic about its position and to take risks to achieve its goals.
- Reassessing the Tokyo war crimes trial: Richard Nottage reviews a recent book on the post-war trial of Japanese leaders.
- Unacceptable Harm: A History of How the Treaty to Ban Cluster Munitions Was Won.
- Strategic Manoeuvres: Security in the Asia-Pacific.
- Timing is Everything: The Politics and Processes of New Zealand Defence Acquisition Decision Making.
- Institute notes.