Vol. 48 No. 2, March 2023
- Recognising the People's Republic of China: Jason Young suggests the need to build New Zealand-inflected expertise on China, to recognise the challenges of responding to the People's Republic and its changing place in the world.
- Fostering partnership in an uncertain world: Wang Xiaolong reflects on China's foreign policy and China-New Zealand relations.
- Reformulating New Zealand's grand strategy: Jose Miguel Alonso-Trabanco suggests the need for an adjustment in this country's approach in order to manage risks and harvest opportunities.
- Rising to the challenge of joint-warfare: Colin Robinson looks at the creation of the New Zealand Joint Forces Headquarters along the lines of the British and Australian models.
- Partners in turbulent times: Nina Obermaier outlines the priorities underlying her representation of European Union interests in New Zealand.
- 'Nothing but worry and trouble': Ken Ross outlines the problems experienced by the early Department of External Affairs in dealing with security organisations.
- Tightening the Anzac link: Ian McGibbon notes the 80th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between New Zealand and Australia.
- PUTIN: His Life and Times.
- THE DRAGONS AND THE SNAKES: How the Rest Learned to Fight the West.
- SELLING BRITISHNESS: Commodity Culture, the Dominions and Empire.
- NZIIA Publications.
- Terence Christopher O'Brien: 6 January 1936-30 December 2022.
- Donella Margaret Moss: 9 February 1938-28 November 2022.
- INSTITUTE NOTES.