Vol. 47 No. 6, November 2022
- Winning the new Cold War: Roberto Rabel suggests that lessons from the old Cold War can help in dealing with intensifying geopolitical competition between the great powers.
- Asking awkward questions: Vasyl Myroshnychenko argues that the world has changed and that New Zealand should stand up to the Russian bully.
- Remembering 17 September 1939: Andrzej Duda warns about Russian imperialism in Central and Eastern Europe.
- External Affairs' annus horribilis: Ken Ross recalls the diplomatic service's trials and tribulations in 1954.
- Coming to terms with independence: Malcolm McKinnon notes the 75th anniversary of New Zealand's belated adoption of the Statute of Westminster.
- Hosting royalty in New Zealand: Paul Cotton recalls his involvement with the Queen during her visit to New Zealand in 1989-90.
- Vale-David: Ken Ross provides a personal tribute to the late David McIntyre.
- New Zealand's foreign service: Chris Seed launches a history of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and its predecessors.
- YES MINISTER: ATTORNEY-GENERAL 2008-2017: An Insider's Account of the John Key Years.
- THE CHIEF WITNESS: Escape from China's Modern-day Concentration Camps.
- POINTS OF NO RETURN: A Memoir.
- William David McIntyre OBE: 4 September 1932-11 September 2022.
- INSTITUTE NOTES.