Vol. 44 No. 6, November 2019
- Russia and NATO: Gerald McGhie argues that Western attempts to expand NATO membership in the former Soviet Union are triggering traditional sensitivities in Moscow.
- Creating a sense of security--and hope: Jacinda Ardern addresses the UN GeneralAssembly.
- Moscow legation: no piano! Ken Ross discusses the early days of New Zealand's diplomatic representation in Russia.
- A steady friendship: Liam Finnigan puts New Zealand's current relationship with China in perspective.
- Remembering Poland's agony and sacrifice: Zbigniew Gniatkowski provides a Polish perspective on the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War.
- The fall of a wall and its legacy: Roberto Rabel recalls the dramatic events in Berlin 30 years ago.
- Tanzania and Kenya 1981-83: Paul Cotton recalls his time representing New Zealand in East Africa.
- NATO'S DURABILITY IN A POSTCOLD WAR WORLD.
- TRUTHTELLER: An investigative reporter's journey through the world of truth prevention, fake news and conspiracy theories.
- THE POST-COLONIAL SECURITY DILEMMA: Timor-Leste and the International Community.
- WILL CHINA'S ECONOMY COLLAPSE?
- An eye, an ear and a voice: Chris Seed launches the proceedings of the MFAT 75th anniversary conference.
- National Office and branch activities.