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ANZMIN Signals Potential Major Shift in New Zealand Foreign Policy

ANZMIN Signals Potential Major Shift in New Zealand Foreign Policy

By Nicholas Dynon
The inaugural Australia-New Zealand 2+2 saw the new Luxon government draw closer to Australia – and AUKUS.

New Zealand’s Huge Shift in the Middle East

New Zealand’s Huge Shift in the Middle East

By Geoffrey Miller
A decision to provide intelligence support for future U.S. and U.K. airstrikes on Yemen is highly symbolic.
New Zealand Abandons Indigenous Rights and Pacific Priorities in Foreign Policy

New Zealand Abandons Indigenous Rights and Pacific Priorities in Foreign Policy

By Nina Hall and Rhieve Grey
The new government’s foreign policy priorities could jeopardize New Zealand’s relationships with Pacific Island countries. 

With New Government, New Zealand’s Foreign Policy Resets on AUKUS, Gaza, and Ukraine

With New Government, New Zealand’s Foreign Policy Resets on AUKUS, Gaza, and Ukraine

By Geoffrey Miller
New Foreign Minister Winston Peters has wasted no time overhauling New Zealand’s diplomatic direction.

The Foreign Affairs Puzzle Facing New Zealand’s New Government

The Foreign Affairs Puzzle Facing New Zealand’s New Government

By Geoffrey Miller
Once again, New Zealand First leader Winston Peters could end up playing an outsized role in foreign policy.

New Zealand’s Foreign Policy Direction Uncertain Under New Coalition Government

New Zealand’s Foreign Policy Direction Uncertain Under New Coalition Government

By Logan Green
As Kiwis prepare for a new government and coalition partners fight for power, should the world expect a fresh approach from New Zealand?

Canada and New Zealand Need to Consider Joining Pillar 2 of AUKUS 

Canada and New Zealand Need to Consider Joining Pillar 2 of AUKUS 

By Guy C. Charlton and Xiang Gao
Joining Pillar Two of the security pact will not fundamentally change how Chinese policymakers view the two nations.
Who Will Be New Zealand’s Next Foreign Minister?

Who Will Be New Zealand’s Next Foreign Minister?

By Geoffrey Miller
Whatever the results of the October 14 election, get ready for some new faces.

Antony Blinken’s Endgame for New Zealand

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. 

New Zealand’s Deft Realpolitik on Display

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.

Why New Zealand’s Prime Minister Is Heading to Brisbane – Not Beijing

Why New Zealand’s Prime Minister Is Heading to Brisbane – Not Beijing

By Geoffrey Miller
Chris Hipkins' upcoming visit to Australia will cement a closer military partnership.
For New Zealand, the Benefits of Joining AUKUS Pillar II Outweigh the Costs

For New Zealand, the Benefits of Joining AUKUS Pillar II Outweigh the Costs

By Reuben Steff
Although joining Pillar II could complicate aspects of New Zealand’s diplomacy, the fear of significant consequences seems overblown.

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