Vol. 40 Nbr. 2, March - March 2015
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- A challenging legacy: Hans-Hubertus Mack discusses the place of memories of the First World War in Germany and the German approach to commemoration of the centenary of that conflict.
- Australia's dangerous ally: Malcolm Fraser outlines the dangers and disadvantages of Australia's alignment with the United States and calls for a new approach to national security that would have important implications for New Zealand if adopted.
- New Zealand's jihadis: Aaron Zelin discusses the problem New Zealand faces in dealing with Muslim radicalisation and the danger of participation by its citizens in foreign conflicts.
- New Zealand prime ministers-at the White House: Ken Ross outlines the course of top-level contact between Washington and Wellington in the last 75 years.
- When diplomatic breakups occur: Paul Bellamy traces the troubled course of Australian-North Korean relations since 1974, and its impact on New Zealand.
- A chain over sea and time: Yosef Livne looks at Anzac and Zionist enterprise in two great conflicts.
- Exchanging regional perspectives: Peter Kennedy reports on the seventh Track II dialogue between Japan and New Zealand.
- American Biodefence: How Dangerous Ideas about Biological Weapons Shape National Security.
- Iran and the United States: An Insider's View on the Failed Past and the Road to Peace.
- When the Farm Gates Opened: The Impact of Rogernomics on Rural New Zealand.
- Introducing Islam.
- National Office and branch activities.
- New Zealand and the world: past, present and future.
- Rt Hon Sir Ivor Lloyd Morgan Richardson PCNZM, Kt: 24 May 1930-29 December 2014.