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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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Mekong: a region in the making

Victoria University lecturer Alex Bukh writes about the nations jostling for influence in the Mekong region - the major players, their motives and what's at stake.

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Juggling academia and parenthood

Vanessa Bramwell writes about juggling parenthood and her PhD studies and how attending the 33rd Asia Pacific Roundatable in Kuala Lumpur helped clarify the direction she wants to take her career.

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Track II experience helps solidify future research

Masters student Jackson Calder says attending the Track II dialogue between the Asia New Zealand Foundation and the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam recently was an eye-opening experience.

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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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Opinion: NZ must defend ‘Rules-based trading system’

New Zealand 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 questio