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Tag Archives: ASEAN
In this Asia New Zealand Foundation podcast I discuss the US election and what it means for Asia and New Zealand, with retired Ambassador Terence O’Brien, Massey University’s Professor Paul Spoonley and New Zealand Herald journalist Fran O’Sullivan.
In this article in the New Zealand International Review (37, 6), I argue that New Zealand’s relationship with Southeast Asia and ASEAN has suffered from ‘benign neglect’.
Here are my prepared remarks on ASEAN for the fourth annual Track II dialogue between Vietnam and New Zealand, held in Wellington in October 2012. Also online are papers presented by others at the dialogue: Adrien Macey on climate change, … Continue reading
Here’s my summary of the fourth annual Track II dialogue between Vietnam (led by the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam) and New Zealand (led by the Asia New Zealand Foundation), which took place in October 2012.
What do sheep, soldiers, sports, sheep and the silver-screen all have in common? They are all aspects of New Zealand’s soft power in Southeast Asia, as I explore in this article, just published in the journal Contemporary Southeast Asia.
New Zealand needs to boost its relationship with Southeast Asia and not rely solely on China for its economic growth, a new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation (Asia:NZ) argues. The report – Beyond Soldiers, Students and Sentiment: New … Continue reading
You can listen here to my live interview with Susan Wood of NewstalkZB (between 07:30 and 10:43) on the new air links to Asia and New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asians.
My new chapter ‘Being a good neighbour’: New Zealand and Track Two Diplomacy in Southeast Asia‘ has just been published in Public Participation in Foreign Policy, edited by James Headley, Joe Burton and Andreas Reitzig, published by Palgrave Macmllan.
I have recently returned from Track II dialogues in China and Vietnam, where US-Sino relations were a common thread of conversation. My summary of the dialogues is online here.
My commentary on ASEAN-NZ relations, published in the October issue of the ASEAN Monthly Commentary, has just been translated into Korean and is now online.