Vol. 47 Nbr. 5, September 2022
- The post-lockdown Commonwealth reunion: W. David McIntyre reviews Chogm 2022 held in Kigali, Rwanda in June.
- Rejuvenating APEC: Mark Talbot, reviewing New Zealand's hosting of APEC in 2021, argues that it reinvigorated the organisation.
- Rekindling old flames? Hamish McDougall discusses the relationship between New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the European Union.
- Connections, highlights and forecasts: British high commissioner Laura Clarke makes some parting remarks before her departure for the United Kingdom.
- An evolving connection: Jacinda Ardern reflects on the now near 50-year diplomatic relationship between New Zealand and the People's Republic of China.
- Ukraine's agony: a personal perspective: Andrew Wierzbicki comments on the Russo-Ukrainian War and advocates unequivocal backing for Ukraine from its Western supporters.
- New Zealand's Chanak bellicosity: Ian McGibbon notes the centenary of the crisis that could have plunged New Zealand into a war with Turkish nationalists.
- NEW ZEALAND'S FOREIGN SERVICE: A History.
- THE AVOIDABLE WAR: The Dangers of a Catastrophic Conflict between the US and Xi Jinping's China.
- AN ARMY OF INFLUENCE: Eighty Years of Regional Engagement.
- Alison Ann Trotter ONZM: 23 January 1932-14 July 2022.
- National Office and branch activities.