Vol. 46 No. 6, November 2021
- Five eyes/five countries: Jim Rolfe discusses New Zealand's connection with the Anglosphere security grouping.
- Reflections on the United States' Indo-Pacific strategy: Manqing Cheng comments on the origins and development of the emerging Indo-Pacific security architecture.
- AUKUS: another balance of power tango: Punsara Amarasinghe reflects on the recent United States-United Kingdom-Australia agreement.
- Matching settlement method to problem: Sir Kenneth Keith presents an optimistic view of recent Asian experience in the peaceful resolution of disputes.
- New Zealand international trade negotiations: myths and reality: Ted Woodfield takes issue with a leading historian's account of New Zealand's efforts to protect its economic interests in the late 20th century.
- New Zealand's fight for economic survival: Rita Ricketts suggests that British claims that it did not abandon New Zealand in the 1970s should be taken with a grain of salt.
- LABOUR SAVING: A Memoir.
- UNDERSTANDING THE WAR INDUSTRY.
- THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD: The British Army Since 9/11.
- TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: The New Frontier in Global Power.
- SMALL STATES AND THE NEW SECURITY ENVIRONMENT.
- Thomas Cedric Larkin ONZM: 17 November 1917-17 August 2021.
- National Office and branch activities.