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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?

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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.

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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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Opinion: NZ should speak up for human rights

In this article Vinod Bal looks at Wellington’s response to Beijing’s treatment of the Uyghur people, and explains why a firmer stance might be required.

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Otago Foreign Policy School opportunity

As part of our NextGen Programme, the Foundation offers four travel grants to help with flights, accommodation and registration for emerging scholars to attend the Otago Foreign Policy School.

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Opinion: Leadership vacuum sees Japan take on new security role

In the absence of US leadership in Asia, Japan has stepped up to represent democracy in the region says the director of the Todat Peace Institute, Kevin Clements.

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Vaccine diplomacy- the next bargaining frontier?

Masters student Kate Hellings looks at what might be behind the decisions countries make when it comes to the purchase and distribution of Covid-19 vaccines.

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Vietnam Track II a window into international diplomacy

In 2018, Leadership Network member Sarah Pereira was part of a Foundation-led Track II delegation to Vietnam. In this article, Sarah reflects on the experience and how it's impacted her career.

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Inclusivity and sustainability paramount in a post-Covid recovery

How to integrate sustainable and inclusive trade policy into a world where 'uncertainty is the new normal' was the focus of discussion at the Auckland Trade and Economic Policy School in December.

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The rise of the Indo-Pacific

Fulbright Scholar and Foundation Leadership Network member Abbas Nazari looks at the rise of the Indo-Pacific and the significance of the term and region for New Zealand, the US and India.

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