Vol. 47 Nbr. 2, March 2022
- Leading the call for climate action: Sagarika Dutt comments on the United Kingdom's presidency of the climate change conference held in Glasgow late last year.
- The new net goes fishing: Nanaia Mahuta discusses how and why Aotearoa New Zealand will build on the Pacific Reset towards a Pacific Resilience approach.
- Promoting the Kazakh world: Dmitry Shlapentokh describes Kazakhstan's attempts to please all sides in its approach to ethnicity, a process sped up by the recent violence.
- The on-line boom of Tibetan diplomacy: David Gorombolyi explains how exiled Tibetans have used digitalisation to their advantage in proclaiming their message.
- Promoting New Zealand's trade opportunities: Damien O'Connor outlines the government's approach to trade policy in an increasingly challenging global environment.
- PACER Plus one year on: Phil Twyford outlines the benefits being provided by the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations Plus.
- Tracing New Zealand's diplomatic path: Ian McGibbon reflects on his career-long association with diplomats and on the MFAT history project.
- KING RICHARD: Nixon and Watergate: an American tragedy.
- THE NEW CLIMATE WAR: The Fight to Take Back Our Planet.
- TO BOLDLY GO: Leadership, Strategy, and Conflict in the 21st Century and Beyond.
- AIR MARSHAL SIR KEITH PARK: Victor of the Battle of Britain, Defender of Malta.
- THE FRONT LINE: Images of New Zealanders in the Second World War.
- National Office and branch activities.