Was New Zealand’s Deployment to Iraq Worth It?
By Geoffrey Miller
New Zealand’s anti-ISIS deployment in Iraq lasted far longer than the original estimate of two years.
New Zealand’s Role in Canada’s Pacific Shift
By Grant Wyeth
A contract for Canada to upgrade two New Zealand frigates illustrates a budding, mutually-beneficial, Pacific-focused relationship.
Geopolitics and New Zealand’s Antarctic Presence
By Patrick Flamm
New Zealand is increasingly mobilizing resources to secure a share of the Southern continent.
New Zealand Navy Holds International Review for 75th Anniversary
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Visiting ships help kick off the highlight of year-long anniversary celebrations.
What's in New Zealand's New 2016 Defense White Paper?
By Ankit Panda
New Zealand's new defense white paper outlines the country's strategic and defense priorities.
New Zealand Considers Role on ISIS
By Helen Clark
Amid opposition, the country contemplates joining the coalition in the Middle East.