Vol. 44 No. 3, May 2019
- Russia and New Zealand: 75 years of dialogue and co-operation: Sergey Lavrov notes a significant anniversary for Russia-New Zealand diplomacy.
- Pacific partnerships: Winston Peters highlights the importance of New Zealand's relationship with the United States.
- Calling out unacceptable behaviour: Charles Parton discusses the problem of Chinese interference in the United Kingdom.
- Policy-making in the age of bewilderment: Terence O'Brien considers geopolitics and New Zealand's relationships and suggests the need for an alternative and progressive trade strategy.
- Letting someone else have your way: James Kember recalls advancing New Zealand interests in Africa and France.
- Scholarly mavericks at External Affairs: Ken Ross discusses Alister McIntosh's approach to staffing his department with particular reference to Paddy Costello.
- First steps at Versailles: Ian McGibbon notes the centenary of New Zealand's emergence on the international stage at the peace conference that formally ended the Great War.
- Greece 1980-83: Paul Cotton recalls his stint as New Zealand ambassador in Athens.
- NZIIA Publications.
- THE THIRD REVOLUTION: Xi Jinping and the New Chinese State.
- ANTISEMITISM: Here and Now.
- COMPASS POINTS--A Memoir.
- INSTITUTE NOTES.