Vol. 41 Nbr. 6, November - November 2016
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- New Zealand and the world: Andrew Little outlines the Labour Party's approach to international affairs.
- An independent foreign policy: Wayne Mapp suggests that New Zealand must adapt if it is to fully realise the potential of its current approach to international affairs.
- Game changer competition: Reuben Steff discusses the emerging technological arms competition and a possible New Zealand response.
- Defence: an evolving approach: Gerry Brownlee reviews the security environment confronting New Zealand and the government's response to new challenges.
- Facing new defence challenges: Balaji Chandramohan suggests that the 2016 Defence white paper represents a paradigm shift in New Zealand's strategic outlook and its defence operational reach.
- Looking to an uncertain future: Terence O'Brien reflects on challenges for New Zealand within the Pacific.
- Democracy in New Zealand.
- New Zealand and the United Nations: 70th Anniversary.
- Church of Spies: The Pope's Secret War Against Hitler.
- Roderick Macalister Miller QSO: 24 April 1925-1 September 2016.
- National Office and branch activities.