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Articles from New Zealand International Review (March 1, 2013)

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China-New Zealand: an endless work in progress Brian Lynch reports on the second China-New Zealand symposium, held in Beijing last December to commemorate the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Lynch, Brian 2826
Correspondence. Southon, Gray Letter to the editor 1002
Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States. Johansson, Jon Book review 1362
Global Islamophobia: Muslims anti Moral Panic in the West. Appleton, Michael Book review 903
Illiberal trade interests: the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Binoy Kampmark casts a critical eye over intellectual property aspects of the proposed TPP. Kampmark, Binoy 3063
Illuminating the Dark Arts of War: Terrorism, Sabotage and Subversion in Homeland Security and the New Conflict. Greener, Beth Book review 966
Making a difference: another perspective: Gerald McGhie reflects on New Zealand's place in the world in light of recent comments by the Labour Party's foreign affairs spokesperson. McGhie, Gerald 3070
National Office and branch activities. 623
Preventing state failure: Phil Goff examines New Zealand's decision to intervene in the Solomon Islands. Goff, Phil 2532
Sandstorm: Libya in the Time of Revolution. Smith, Anthony Book review 1030
The legacies of super power: Terence O'Brien looks at influences that henceforth will shape international events and considers their impact on New Zealand. O'Brien, Terence 4586
Training Papua New Guinea diplomats: Peter Nichols and Peter Kennedy report on the NZIIA's involvement in the second foreign service training course in Port Moresby in November 2012. Nichols, Peter; Kennedy, Peter 416
When truth is twisted and facts are ignored: Mordechai Kedar challenges the views about Palestine advanced by Lois and Martin Griffiths in a recent article. Kedar, Mordechai 2376

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