Vol. 40 Nbr. 6, November - November 2015
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- Providing a bridge.
- The upsides and downsides of the Iranian nuclear deal.
- The potential pitfalls and windfalls of the nuclear deal with Iran.
- US foreign policy: Obama and beyond: Elliott Abrams predicts an increase in American military capacity and a more assertive role in international affairs.
- Countering over-stretch: Dmitry Shlapentokh puts the recent deal with Iran in the context of US decline.
- Making a case for a defence U-turn: Hugh Steadman responds to the defence minister's invitation to New Zealanders to have a say on defence by proposing a radical shift in approach.
- NZIIA publications.
- Focusing on economic security: Tim Wood suggests a radical re-prioritisation of New Zealand's defence policy in the forthcoming Defence white paper.
- Norman Kirk, rugby postponement and the Kirk brand: Ken Ross describes how the Labour prime minister stared down the 1973 Springboks.
- Allies in war, partners in peace: Wang Lutong notes China's commemoration of the end of the Second World War and proclaims the principles that underlay the global effort against fascism.
- Global development goals: Sagarika Dutt reviews discussion about the post-2015 development agenda in a recent publication.
- What diplomats do: The Life and Work of Diplomats.
- Mixed Emotions: Beyond Fear and Hatred in International Conflict.
- Blueprint For Revolution: How to use rice pudding, lego men, and other non-violent techniques to galvanise communities, overthrow dictators, or simply change the world.
- Institute notes.