Vol. 43 Nbr. 6, November 2018
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- MFAT at 75: tales to be told: Ken Ross comments on the foreign ministry's origins and highlights the need for a history of it.
- Shifting the dial: the next steps: Winston Peters outlines the measures needed to further redefine New Zealand's voice internationally, with particular reference to the Asia-Pacific region.
- The case for a look east trading Policy: Eldrede Kahiya suggests that Latin America will be an important alternative export destination for New Zealand.
- New director.
- An enduring Cold War enigma: Rita Ricketts takes another look at allegations that Paddy Costello was a Soviet agent.
- Recognising our naval history: Naval chief John Martin responds to the suggestion that there has been a recent maritime shift in New Zealand's defence preparations.
- NZIIA Publications.
- Putting India on the radar screen: Nick Bridge recalls becoming a diplomat and later serving at the New Zealand high commission in New Delhi.
- Ending the war to end all wars: Ian McGibbon comments on the centenary of the Armistice that brought the fighting on the Western Front to an end.
- SECURITY STRATEGY OF MIDDLE POWERS IN THE ASIA PACIFIC.
- EVERYTHING UNDER THE HEAVENS: how the past helps shape China's push for global power.
- FASCISM: A Warning.
- Douglas William Albert Day: 18 May 1936-6 August 2018.
- National Office and branch activities.