Vol. 45 No. 2, March 2020
- Facing an uncertain future: Hugh White discusses the choices Australia faces in defence provision and what they mean for New Zealand.
- The echoes of colonialism Leoni Connah suggests that Kashmir's future remains uncertain following India's revocation of its self-rule.
- The challenge of extremism in South-east Asia: Sidney Jones suggests that investing in research to understand extremist movements remains a top priority in meeting their on-going threat.
- Journeying around David Lange: Ken Ross reflects on John Henderson's service as the prime minister's chief of staff in the 1980s.
- NZIIA Publications.
- The hypocrisy of New Zealand's donations to UNRWA: David Cumin and Dov Bing respond to Marilyn Garson's depiction of the plight of Gaza's inhabitants.
- What lies ahead for Sino-New Zealand relations? Stephen Jacobi comments on the state of the relationship today, where it might head in the future and the importance of strong legal frameworks.
- Russia and the Islamic world: Dmitry Shlapentokh discusses a recent study by a leading American expert on Russia.
- DUTERTE HARRY: Fire and Fury in the Philippines.
- HOW TO DEFEND AUSTRALIA.
- National Office and branch activities.