Vol. 45 No. 5, September 2020
- The coming Chinese dilemma: Gerald Hensley discusses the challenges facing New Zealand in dealing with the developing situation in East Asia.
- The recent deadly India-China border clash: Ashok Sharma suggests that the June incident in the Galwan Valley, by exposing China's geopolitical intent, has shattered India's illusions about China.
- Instability in Central Asia: Dmitry Shlapentokh discusses the implications of last year's prison revolt in Tajikistan.
- Russia and Poland--the long sweep of history: Malcolm McKinnon reviews Russo-Polish relations and expresses the hope for a fruitful and enduring rapprochement in future.
- We are all in this together: Ron Mark reflects on his time as minister and discusses New Zealand's role as a contributor to regional and collective security.
- Wake up alarms in security: Hugh Steadman suggests grounds for a new antipodean defence policy.
- A white mammoth in the room? Marcal Sanimarti argues that the emergence of a space economy has the potential to cause geopolitical disruption.
- The Battle of Stalingrad: Gerald McGhie reflects on a famous novel about one of the defining struggles of the Second World War.
- WOMEN, EQUALITY, POWER: Selected Speeches from a Life of Leadership.
- CHINESE SPIES from Chairman Mao to Xi Jinping.
- CHASTISE: The Dam busters Story 1943.
- Hawke's Bay.
- National Office and branch activities.