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Broadening our conversations on China

New Zealand must have more nuanced conversations about its relationship with China, says the Foundation's executive director Simon Draper.

Track II / News
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.

Track II / News
Effective diplomacy in the COVID era

The Foundation’s director of research and engagement Suzannah Jessep looks at the COVID struggles countries in the Asia-Pacific region are facing and which countries NZ could work with.

Track II / News
Raisina Dialogue: The importance of diplomacy in a 'complex' 2020

This year’s Raisina Dialogue was a space for global leaders to hammer out the most challenging geopolitical and geo-economic issues facing the world today, writes the Foundation's Suzannah Jessep.

Track II / News
Opinion: Japan and South Korea - the time for cooperation is now

South Korea and Japan need to put aside their differences or risk having the rules based international order eroded by larger players as they wrestle for power, says Fraser Bermingham.

Track II / News
Mekong development a double-edged sword

Leadership Network member Jordan King writes about the big issues facing countries through which the Mekong River flows and why developments in the region should be of interest to New Zealand.

Entrepreneurship / News
Opinion: Manila Hui offers
multi-faceted view of
fast-growing Philippines

The Foundation's Manila Hui highlighted the Philippines as having great opportunities but also facing deep challenges, writes Leadership Network member Simon Gray.

Track II / News
Opinion: NZ must defend ‘Rules-based trading system’

NZ and Vietnam, as champions of the rules-based trading system, have to be more active and united in their efforts to defend it at a time when its survival is increasingly called into question.

Track II / News
Track II and its role in diplomacy

Leadership Network member Alice Wang discusses the importance of track II diplomacy and what it takes to make it successful.

Track II / News
The South China Sea decision

International law expert Kate Yesberg looks at how affected parties, and New Zealand, have responded to the court ruling on the Philippines' claims in the South China Sea.

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Opinion piece by Simon Draper for Idealog

In my first three months with the Asia New Zealand Foundation, I have been troubled by the way many New Zealanders view Asia.