Antony Blinken’s Endgame for New Zealand
By Geoffrey Miller
There is still time for the U.S. to influence the trajectory of New Zealand's foreign policy.
Protecting Our ‘Taonga’: How New Zealand Can Contribute to Regional Stability
By Alexander C. Tan and Neel Vanvari
The onus is on New Zealand to protect its vast EEZ and support the rules-based international order from which it has long benefited.
New Zealand’s Deft Realpolitik on Display
By Dechlan Brennan
Newly strengthened military ties with Fiji and Japan contrast with the amicable meeting between Prime Minister Hipkins and Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Understanding How China Chooses to Coerce and Influence US Partners and Allies
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
How does the Chinese Communist Party seek to influence and coerce U.S. partners and allies in Asia? Why does it matter?