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Articles from New Zealand International Review (November 1, 2016)

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An independent foreign policy: Wayne Mapp suggests that New Zealand must adapt if it is to fully realise the potential of its current approach to international affairs. Mapp, Wayne 2821
Church of Spies: The Pope's Secret War Against Hitler. Smith, Anthony Book review 949
Defence: an evolving approach: Gerry Brownlee reviews the security environment confronting New Zealand and the government's response to new challenges. Brownlee, Gerry 3189
Democracy in New Zealand. Hayward, Bronwyn Book review 1029
Facing new defence challenges: Balaji Chandramohan suggests that the 2016 Defence white paper represents a paradigm shift in New Zealand's strategic outlook and its defence operational reach. Chandramohan, Balaji 2246
Game changer competition: Reuben Steff discusses the emerging technological arms competition and a possible New Zealand response. Steff, Reuben 3870
Looking to an uncertain future: Terence O'Brien reflects on challenges for New Zealand within the Pacific. O'Brien, Terence 4819
National Office and branch activities. 668
New Zealand and the United Nations: 70th Anniversary. Hill, Matt Book review 1222
New Zealand and the world: Andrew Little outlines the Labour Party's approach to international affairs. Little, Andrew 3244
Roderick Macalister Miller QSO: 24 April 1925-1 September 2016. McGibbon, Ian Obituary 829

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