Vol. 41 No. 1, January - January 2016
- Making trans-Pacific friends: Stephen Jacobi comments on the implications for New Zealand's relations with China and the United States of the recent agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
- Should war define New Zealand's self-view? Terence O'Brien argues that good international citizenship not war involvement should underpin New Zealand's sense of place in the world.
- An English tea party? Rita Ricketts reflects on the advent of Jeremy Corbyn as British Labour leader and compares him with David Lange.
- David Lange's French connection--mais qui? Ken Ross discusses the Labour prime minister's contest with French President Mitterrand on a range of difficult issues.
- A tale with many dimensions: Fu Ying explains the many challenges facing China and predicts a successful outcome because of strong fundamentals.
- Indonesia's new maritime focus: Balaji Chandramohan outlines Indonesia's evolving maritime strategy in the Indo-Pacific region.
- Rescuing Boko Haram's schoolgirl victims: Samuel Oyewole comments on Nigeria's inability so far to free the abducted girls and its inadequate crisis management strategy.
- Turbulent and Mighty Continent: What future for Europe?
- The Tsarnaev Brothers: The Road to a Modern Tragedy.
- Deconstructing Zionism: A Critique of Political Metaphysics.
- Institute notes: National Office and branch activities.