Vol. 44 Nbr. 4, July 2019
- Poland's EU membership: seized opportunities: Zbigniew Gniatkowski outlines the benefits Poland has enjoyed since joining the European Union in 2014.
- Brexit: the need to think again: Rita Ricketts considers the current state of the United Kingdom's bid to leave the European Union, especially in light of the recent European Parliament elections.
- Thwarted aspirations: Catalonia from Versailles to Brussels: Marcal Sanmarti suggests that Catalonia faces the same barriers to secession that it did at the end of the First World War.
- NZIIA Publications.
- Reflections on the Sunshine Policy: Ian McGibbon discusses on-going efforts to secure an inter-Korea rapprochement.
- New Zealand--Japan relations in uncertain times: Bethan Greener examines the way ahead for New Zealand in dealing with a designated key future partner.
- Negotiating turbulent waters: Ken Ross reflects on the place of the Paris legation in ending the Paddy Costello diplomatic saga.
- 75 years since Bretton Woods: Malcolm McKinnon reflects on changes in the global monetary and financial system, and New Zealand's place in it, since the ground-breaking Bretton Woods conference of July 1944.
- THE SECRET CODE-BREAKERS OF CENTRAL BUREAU: How Australia's Signals-Intelligence Network Helped Win the Pacific War.
- STALIN AND MAO: A Comparison of the Russian and Chinese Revolutions.
- GODLEY: The man behind the myth.
- A fruitful Japan--New Zealand dialogue: Ian McGibbon reports on a recent meeting between the Japan and New Zealand institutes of international affairs.
- INSTITUTE NOTES.