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Articles from New Zealand International Review (November 1, 2014)

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A unique event: Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga speaks at the ceremony in Auckland to mark New Zealand's occupation of German Samoa. Lotu-Iiga, Peseta Sam 856
Adjusting to the Indian political tsunami: Tim Groser discusses the possible implications of Narendra Modi's accession to power for trade negotiations, including the prospective India-New Zealand free trade agreement. Groser, Tim Report 3111
Engaging with the world: Terence O'Brien discusses angles and aspects of New Zealand's approach to external relations. O'Brien, Terence Report 3725
Frank Henry Corner CMG: 17 May 1920-27 August 2014. Hensley, Gerald Obituary 1962
Geo-politics in the modern world: Dimtry Shlapentoph discusses two recent books that present opposing views on explanatory value of geo-political models. Shlapentokh, Dimitry V. Book review 2720
National Office and branch activities. Calendar 638
New Zealand's first conquest: Ian McGibbon recalls New Zealand's occupation of German Samoa just over a century ago. McGibbon, Ian Report 803
North Korea Undercover: Inside the World's Most Secret State. Bellamy, Paul Book review 733
Old attitudes in Japan's new leadership: Stuart McMillan examines the Abe government's approach to international affairs and finds some worrying aspects. McMillan, Stuart Report 3100
Projecting Canberra's international goals: Ken Ross reviews post-1945 Australian prime ministers' global diplomacy. Ross, Ken 3141
The search for MH370: Paul Sinclair discusses the prospects for and challenges facing international maritime co-operation in search and rescue. Sinclair, Paul 3117
Zone Of Crisis: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and Iraq. Smith, Anthony Book review 795

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