New Zealand Saw the Supermarket Attack Coming – But Couldn’t Stop It
By Nick Perry
New Zealand’s authorities had long thought the attacker was an extremist who posed a threat. But they had no legal recourse to stop him.
Christchurch Marks Anniversary of Mosque Shootings
A memorial event had to be canceled amid COVID-19 fears, but New Zealanders remembered the tragedy that “fundamentally changed” their country.
New Zealand Eyes Deeper ASEAN Ties Amid Terror Fight
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent trip by the attorney general highlights the priority Wellington places on engaging Southeast Asia on counterterrorism.