Vol. 43 Nbr. 3, May 2018
- Fighting jihadists in Mindanao: Simon Gray suggests that defeating the Islamic State in the Philippines requires more than military muscle.
- Engaging with an uncertain world: Jacinda Ardern gives an outline of her government's approach to international affairs.
- Facing a global kaleidoscope of uncertainty: Terence O'Brien discusses the Ardern government's foreign policy.
- A maritime shift? Colin Robinson speculates on the proper force balance for the New Zealand Defence Force in future.
- In the shadow of the phantom: Bob Rigg discusses the further deconstruction and degradation of democracy in the United States.
- Dancing with the dragon: Stephen Jacobi considers the opportunities and risks in the New Zealand-China.
- Tet, 1968: Roberto Rabel looks back at the critical turning point in the Vietnam War.
- The devil in the details: Farib Sos imagines a conversation weighing up the administration 'reign' of Donald J. Trump and its impact on the global influence of the United States.
- NEW ZEALAND UNITED STATES RELATIONS.
- UNLIKELY PARTNERS: Chinese Reformers, Western Economists and the Making of Global China.
- THE GATEKEEPERS: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency.
- NZIIA Publications.
- The law of the jungle: how can New Zealand navigate global disruption? Maty Nikkhou-O'Brien reports on the NZIIA's recent annual conference.
- INSTITUTE NOTES.