Vol. 47 No. 3, May 2022
- Putin's tragic miscalculation: Ian Hill discusses the motivations for the Russian invasion of Its south-western neighbour.
- Putin and Ukraine: power and the construction of history: Dmitry Shlapentokh considers Ukraine's place in the Russian dictator's geopolitical orbit.
- The path to war: Rouben Azizian reflects on the developments that have led to open conflict in Ukraine.
- Providing a pathway to peace: Penelope Ridings discusses the role of international law in resolving the Russo-Ukraine conflict.
- Awakening bad memories: Grzegorz Kowal lays out a Polish perspective on the tragic events in Ukraine.
- Poland, Ukraine and the lessons of history: Roberto Rabel provides a first-hand perspective on the Polish response to the crisis in Ukraine.
- Protecting New Zealand's ocean estate: Peter Cozens calls for New Zealand to exert leadership in establishing a comprehensive oceans policy that properly reflects its maritime destiny.
- From enemy to friend: Ian McGibbon recalls the early days of the now 70-year-old diplomatic relationship between Japan and New Zealand.
- GOD SAVE THE QUEEN the strange persistence of monarchies.
- HANDBOOK ON RELIGION AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.
- INDIA-AFRICA RELATIONS: Changing Horizons.
- The past, present and future of the NZIIA: New director Hamish McDougall sets out his vision for the institute.
- National Office and branch activities.