Vol. 39 Nbr. 2, March - March 2014
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- Discovering Asia: John McKinnon outlines the work of the Asia New Zealand Foundation in 2013.
- Norman Kirk's global diplomacy: Ken Ross argues the case for Norman Kirk's pre-eminence among post-1945 prime ministers in projecting New Zealand overseas.
- The Colombo Chogm: a troubling outcome: W. David McIntyre comments on Chogm 2013, which, obscured by Sri Lankan distractions, was the most controversial since the days of apartheid.
- Diplomatic postings: the case for non-professional appointees: John Collinge argues that non-career diplomats can be effective representatives and can coexist with their career counterparts.
- Going north: Paul Bellamy reviews New Zealand diplomacy in Pyongyang from 2002 to 2011.
- Tonga's risky seabed mining ventures: Yoichiro Sato comments on the problems confronting Tonga in seeking to exploit its EEZ resources.
- Asia-Pacific integration: the economic and security dimensions.
- Without passion: New Zealand's very cold war.
- Modern Afghanistan: A History of Struggle and Survival.
- British Generals In Blair's Wars.
- Refuge New Zealand: A Nation's Response to Refugees and Asylum Seekers.
- Institute notes: National Office and branch activities.
- Professor William Theodore Roy IDSM: 11 January 1923-19 December 2013.