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Track II done three ways

The Foundation's James To looks back on three very different Track II diplomacy experiences he recently participated in - in the US, Malaysia and New Zealand - where he got a taste of the various ways

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Indonesia & NZ: Foreign Relations under Covid

On the back of the Foundation's recent Track II exchange with Indonesian thinktank CSIS, the University of Auckland's Natasha Hamilton-Hart takes a look at Indonesia-NZ relations in a time of pandemic

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Dialogue important in
NZ’s engagement with India

The Asia New Zealand Foundation, in partnership with the New Zealand India Research Institute, will lead a delegation of experts to New Delhi for talks with officials and leading think tanks. The visi

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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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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.

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Common interests unite
Taiwan and NZ

Leadership Network members Will Seal and Joshua Pietras were part of the Foundation's Track II delegation that discussed bilateral relations and regional issues with Taiwan's Prospect Foundation.

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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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US-China trade war: Is WTO reform the way forward?

Trade policy consultant Stephanie Honey reflects on the escalation of the US-China tariff war and the implications for the multilateral trading system.

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US-China trade war could undermine the international system

Pessimism about US-China relations is growing in Beijing, and the gap between the economic approaches of the world’s two biggest economies is widening, writes Jason Young.

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ANZAC Day in India
highlights NZ-India bonds

ANZAC Day in India brought into sharp relief New Zealand and India's shared histories and common bonds for the Foundation's Dr James To, who was in the subcontinent as part of a Track II delegation in

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Unpacking South China Sea dispute

In November, Kieran Ireland participated in a young leaders programme as part of the 8th South China Sea Conference in Nha Trang City, Vietnam. In this article, he describes the conference and what he

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