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How Will New Zealand Navigate the New Era in Asia?
March 09, 2018

How Will New Zealand Navigate the New Era in Asia?

By Ed Kennedy
How will Wellington readjust to shifting geopolitical dynamics in its own backyard?
New Zealand Proposes Humanitarian Visa for ‘Climate Refugees’
November 30, 2017

New Zealand Proposes Humanitarian Visa for ‘Climate Refugees’

By Alex Randall
Climate-linked migration does not enjoy much time in the legislative bodies of most nations.

5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet
October 12, 2017

5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet

By Sam Cossar-Gilbert
Trade negotiators are meeting next week in South Korea to discuss the RCEP, which could impact billions of lives.

The Cook Islands Set to Graduate to 'Developed' Nation Status
October 06, 2017

The Cook Islands Set to Graduate to 'Developed' Nation Status

By Grant Wyeth
The OECD’s call is a positive achievement for the Pacific island nation, but also presents new challenges.

Grappling with the Bomb: 60 Years After Britain’s Pacific Hydrogen Bomb Tests
September 30, 2017

Grappling with the Bomb: 60 Years After Britain’s Pacific Hydrogen Bomb Tests

By Catherine Putz
An interview with Nic Maclellan
Will Bougainville Hold Its Independence Referendum?
September 28, 2017

Will Bougainville Hold Its Independence Referendum?

By Grant Wyeth
The referendum is scheduled for June 2019, but the PNG premier says the criteria to do so have not been met yet.

A Bark But No Bite: Examining New Zealand’s Last General Election
August 23, 2017

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.
What Do Asian Governments Think About the US Strike on Syria?
April 08, 2017

What Do Asian Governments Think About the US Strike on Syria?

By Catherine Putz
A look at what China, Indonesia, Australia, and other Asian states had to say about the strike.

In New Zealand, a River Becomes a 'Person'
March 17, 2017

In New Zealand, a River Becomes a 'Person'

By Kiran Mohandas Menon
New Zealand has granted a river considered sacred by the Maori people the same legal rights as a human being. 

Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers
December 27, 2016

Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers

By Anthony Fensom
Pacific Money hands out some presents to the political winners and losers across the Asia-Pacific in 2016.

Meet Bill English, New Zealand’s New Prime Minister
December 13, 2016

Meet Bill English, New Zealand’s New Prime Minister

By Grant Wyeth
English has been the architect of many of New Zealand’s successful policies. Now he steps to the front.
Sacred Ink: Tattoos of Polynesia
November 25, 2016

Sacred Ink: Tattoos of Polynesia

By Jonathan DeHart
After 150 years of religious suppression, tattoos have returned to their rightful place as cultural symbols of Polynesia.

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