Vol. 41 Nbr. 3, May 2016
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- Chinese whispers: Rita Ricketts provides impressions of China following a recent visit.
- Seeking opportunities and facing challenges: Murray McCully gives an overview of New Zealand's international priorities for 2016.
- Australia's strategic outlook: a paradigm shift: Balaji Chandramohan reviews the recently issued Australian defence white paper.
- Helen Clark: some Washington encounters: Ken Ross discusses the Labour prime minister's dealings with 'long faced officials', the Reagan Retreads and Christopher Hill.
- Holbein's mistake: the Ambassadors: John Goodman reflects on the observations of an 18th century Frenchman on the art of diplomacy.
- Following an engagement approach: Andrew Hyde outlines American support for multilateral efforts to solve international problems on several levels.
- ISIS attacks Tunisia: Tawfik Jelassi discusses the significance of the armed attack on the Tunisian border town of Ben Gardane in March.
- Watching the Indonesian Elections 2014.
- Regionalism, Security and Cooperation in Oceania.
- A Fighting Chance.
- Calls to Arms: New Zealand Society and Commitment to the Great War.
- The Devil is a Black Dog: Stories from the Middle East and Beyond.
- Chinese Anzacs: Australians of Chinese Descent in the Defence Forces 1885-1919.
- National office and branch activities.