Ardern Poised to Win Re-election in New Zealand.
By Joshua Mcdonald
Jacinda Ardern’s Labor Party is expected to come out far ahead in Saturday’s election, but may end up needing the Greens as a coalition partner.
Tougher Times Ahead For New Zealand’s Next Government
By Anthony Fensom
Financial markets during the campaign showed a preference for continuity, but tougher times may be ahead.
A Bark But No Bite: Examining New Zealand’s Last General Election
By Catherine Putz
The Diplomat talks to Jack Vowles about New Zealand politics.
The Downfall of Kim Dotcom
By Geoffrey Miller
How the Internet entrepreneur’s venture into New Zealand politics went off the rails.
New Zealand PM Key Seeks Third Term
By Jarni Blakkarly
The National Party could be the first to rule without a coalition since 1996.