Vol. 41 Nbr. 2, March 2016
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- Sports diplomacy: New Zealand's hardest soft power? Steve Jackson offers a cautionary note and Mark Gilbert and Sir Jim McLay provide further perspectives.
- ANZUS: 'our richest prize' or 'that scrap of paper'? Ken Ross examines the intellectual underpinnings of New Zealand's search for a comfortable relationship with the United States.
- Chogm 2015: the invisible summit holds out promise for rejuvenation: W. David McIntyre reviews the recent Commonwealth gathering in Malta.
- Strategic liberalism and Kiwi maximalism: Reuben Steff suggests a new paradigm as a basis for New Zealand foreign policy.
- The 'beautiful island' speaks: Stuart Vogel discusses the recent Taiwanese presidential election.
- NZIIA publications.
- Assessing New Zealand's climate target ambition: Catherine Leining, Brian Fallows and James Renwick provide perspectives on New Zealand's climate change approach, as revealed at a recent seminar.
- The United Nations at 70: Brian Lynch reports on a seminar held in Wellington late last year to commemorate the world body's significant anniversary.
- The Politics Of Transatlantic Trade Negotiations: TTIP in a Globalized World.
- China's Coming War With Asia.
- A Spy's Son: The True Story of the Highest Ranking CIA Officer Ever Convicted of Espionage and the Son He Trained to Spy for Russia.
- National office and branch activities.
- Harold Huyton ('Tim') Francis: 1 May 1928-2 January 2016.
- Roger George Weston: 27 July 1954-21 November 2015.