Vol. 44 No. 2, March 2019
- New Zealand's China--past, present and future: John McKinnon discusses the changing basis of the relationship and calls for transparency and consistency in our dealings with the emerging economic giant.
- Disputes and diplomacy in the South China Sea: Stephen Hoadley suggests that longer-term resolutions of fundamental disagreements in a key geo-strategic area remain elusive and are probably unachievable.
- Donald Trump, populism and the shallow roots of American internationalism: Roberto Rabel reflects on the US president's 'America First' approach to international affairs.
- Trumpism as anti-post-modernism: Dmitry Shlapentokh discusses the constructed reality that he perceives underpinning the American economy.
- Endeavours of the mind: the soft power of Oceania: Rita Ricketts reviews an exhibition that has recently been held in London and Paris.
- Advancing nuclear disarmament through the CTBT: Lassina Zerbo discusses a verifiable and enforceable prohibition on nuclear testing 60 years in the making.
- NZIIA Publications.
- Assessing Fiji's recent general election: Michael Potts comments on the November 2018 vote that he observed as part of a multinational observer group.
- Still vital: NATO at 70: Roberto Rabel notes the anniversary of the treaty that has underpinned Western security for seven decades.
- ROJAVA: Revolution, War and the Future of Syria's Kurds.
- GARFIELD TODD: The End of the Liberal Dream in Rhodesia.
- THE PERFECT WEAPON: War; Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age.
- Long stint ends.
- National Office and branch activities.
- Guilford (Gift) Montgomerie-Davidson CNZM, OBE, JP: 13 April 1932-14 December 2018.