Vol. 43 Nbr. 2, March 2018
- Jacinda Ardern--ready for global diplomacy? Ken Ross assesses the new prime minister's capacity to perform on the world stage.
- APEC post-2020: Brian Lynch comments on APEC leaders' launch of a review to chart APEC's forward path and identify its on-going place in regional economic architecture.
- Populism: a threat that lingers: Stuart McMillan outlines reasons why populism may continue to influence politics in many countries in the immediate future.
- The Mark Twain syndrome--why cities might rule (sometime): Colin James predicts that megacities may in time challenge the nation-state system that has underlain international affairs for five centuries.
- The future of Europe: a Polish perspective: Krzysztof Szczerski argues the need for the European project to be rooted in the will of the citizens and firmly established upon loyal co-operation of the states.
- The menace of the fall armyworm: Lere Amusan and Seyi Olelekan Olawuyi discuss climate change, 'foreign insect' and food security challenges in Nigeria and South Africa.
- The enemy of my ally is my friend? Ben Williams and Matthew Morrison discuss America's increasingly complex relations in the Middle East.
- NEW ZEALAND TRADE NEGOTIATIONS.
- WILL CHINA DOMINATE THE 21ST CENTURY (2nd edition).
- DESTINED FOR WAR: Can America and China Escape Thucydides's Trap?
- CITIZENS OF LONDON: The Americans Who Stood With Britain In Its Darkest, Finest Hour.
- NZIIA Publications.
- Professor Athol Wilson Mann CMG: 18 August 1931-14 November 2017.
- National Office and branch activities.