The Politics and Geopolitics of Women’s Sport in the Pacific
By Patricia O’Brien
The lack of Pacific women in Australian and New Zealand stadiums speaks to something amiss with Australia’s sports diplomacy.
Women’s World Cup Security Heightened Ahead of Opening Match Following Deadly Shooting in Auckland
By Jenna Fryer
3 people, including the gunman, died in a rare shooting incident the day of New Zealand’s opening World Cup match.
Sports Diplomacy: The Case of the Two Koreas
By Layne Vandenberg
North Korea has long used sport as a means for diplomacy, humanizing the regime and its people.