Our Track II programme facilitates informal diplomacy with think tanks in Asia to discuss issues facing the region.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Find out about getting involved in Track II diplomacy through out NextGen programme.
As part of its NextGen Programme, the Foundation is offering four travel grants to help with flights, accommodation, registration for this year's Otago Foreign Policy School in July.