Vol. 41 Nbr. 4, July 2016
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- Policing terrorism in a void: John Battersby reviews New Zealand's approach to a major security concern in light of recent study group findings.
- Germany's relations with Russia: willing fools or trusted intermediaries? Stuart McMillan comments on the global impact of the relationship between Berlin and Moscow.
- The current refugee crisis: what's new? Klaus Neumann discusses refugee issues in light of Australia's and New Zealand's experience.
- Punching above our weight: John Key outlines his government's approach to New Zealand's role and place in world affairs.
- Diplomatic dancing with Oceania: Ken Ross discusses New Zealand prime ministers' involvement in Pacific Islands affairs.
- Friends with benefits: Stephen Jacobi comments on the vital economic relationship between Australia and New Zealand.
- NZIIA publications.
- Moving out of comfort zones: Terence O'Brien reflects on the approach that a small, isolated Pacific state needs to adopt in a rapidly changing international climate.
- Unholy Fury: Whitlam and Nixon at War.
- Australia and the Vietnam War.
- Relentless Strike: The Secret History of Joint Special Operations Command.
- National Office and branch activities.