Vol. 43 Nbr. 4, July 2018
- The royalty Commonwealth summit: London, 2018: W. David McIntyre comments on the first Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting to be held in Britain for twenty years.
- Size is not the issue: Maire Leadbeater examines New Zealand's defence ties with Indonesia and its failing of the victims of human rights abuses in East Timor and West Papua.
- With such good news, why take a risk? Peter Harris discusses the 19th Congress of the Communist Party of China.
- Whither European unity? Andrew Wierzbicki argues the case for the European Union, decries the damage done by Brexit and emphasises the importance of Europe for New Zealand.
- Encouraging closer ties with Latin America: Fletcher Tabuteau reflects on his recent visit to key states in western South America.
- Myanmar today: democracy or demagoguery? Ross Wilson discusses the difficulties confronting Aung San Suu Kyi in dealing with the crisis in Rakhine state.
- NZIIA Publications.
- The Fourteen Points at 100: Woodrow Wilson's legacy scorned: Roberto Rabel recalls the expression in 1918 of a presidential vision very different to that now emanating from Washington.
- Towards an 'absolute' prohibition on torture: Jessica Sutton discusses new challenges for international humanitarian law in a changing world.
- New Caledonia 1987-88: Russell Marshall sets the record straight on his role in pressing France to deal with the status of its South Pacific colony.
- CHINA AS A POLAR GREAT POWER.
- THE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY AND THE MIDDLE KINGDOM: America and China, 1776 to the Present.
- A PERFIDIOUS DISTORTION OF HISTORY: The Versailles Peace Treaty and the Success of the Nazis.
- National Office and branch activities.
- Constance Ellen (Connie) Lawn ONZM: 14 May 1944-2 April 2018.