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Opinion: Despite differences, NZ and India have much to gain through working together

Following this month's visit by Indian Minister of External Affairs Subramanyam Jaishankar, the Foundation's director research and engagement looks at the increasing importance of India to NZ

Leadership / Grant
8+8 Shanghai - NZ Young Leaders Dialogue

The NZ Consulate General in Shanghai together with the Foundation is excited to offer Leadership Network members the chance to participate in a virtual dialogue with eight young leaders from Shanghai.

Research / News
New Zealand must walk the talk on sustainability and innovation - Queenstown hui

The Foundation brought together industry experts in Queenstown to discuss how New Zealand can make the most of its connections with Asia in the areas of innovation and sustainable development.

Research / News
NZ business must delve deeper and adapt if we're to thrive in Asia - Christchurch hui

NZ needs to find new ways of building business connections with Asia and look beyond purely transactional relationships if this country is to make the most of opportunities in the region.

Research / News
Politics and security hui - New Zealand must set its own course

How New Zealand can best advance its political and security objectives in Asia was the topic of discussion at the Foundation's Seriously Asia Revisited hui held in Wellington in August.

Research / News
New ways of engaging with Asia needed - Auckland hui

Find out about the Foundation's Seriously Asia Revisited hui which consideried ways to advance New Zealand's relationships with Asia with a focus on society and culture.

Track II / News
Foundation visit reveals a resilient Malaysia

Director Research and Engagement Suzannah Jessep reflects on the Foundation's recent visit to Malaysia and what it revealed about the mood of the Southeast Asian nation as it reopens to the world.

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A Tale of two cities

The Foundation's Dr James To reflects on reconnecting with stakeholders and friends of the Foundation on his recent visit to South Korea and Thailand with executive director Simon Draper.

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Best Paper Prize – China and Taiwan's divergent paths

How did Taiwan move from an authoritarian state to one of Asia's most democratic, why is China unlikely to follow suit and why does it matter to New Zealand?

Track II / News
Nepal’s Foreign Policy Priorities: Regional and Indo-Pacific Perspectives

Hear from Dr Pramod Jaiswal about the latest developments in Nepal's role in regional politics and its relationship with New Zealand.

Track II / News
Webinar: Kevin Rudd and Helen Clark discuss increasingly assertive China

Former prime ministers Kevin Rudd and the Helen Clark look at the ambitions of contemporary China under the leadership of Xi Jinping.

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Webinar: Myanmar in the spotlight

On 21 September, the Asia New Zealand Foundation hosted a dialogue with Kia Kaha Myanmar to look at how Myanmar can return to democratic rule and what NZ can do in support of this critical transition.

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