- What might be called an unbalancing act: America in Asia economist.com/news/asia/2157… 1 day ago
- Flight of the Conchords create new stereotype for Kiwi travellers theage.com.au/travel/flight-… via @theage 4 days ago
- #NZ students lack #Asia nous nzh.tw/10883442 via @nzherald 4 days ago
- Survey results reinforce need to boost Asia literacy in schools: new @asianewzealand report asianz.org.nz/node/5795#.UZA… 5 days ago
Tag Archives: Asia
My presentation at the Pathways to Metropolis conference on Attitudes towards Asians: Australia, Canada and NZ compared is now online, as is the complementary paper by Andrew Robertson on New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples
On this podcast I talk to Financial Times’ Beijing bureau chief Jamil Anderlini about the new leadership in China, how ordinary Chinese are reacting, and Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter.
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.
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.
In the latest New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 13 (2), December 2011, I review Lowy Institute’s Michael Wesley’s recent book There goes the neighbourhood: Australia and the rise of Asia.
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.
I analyse New Zealanders’ attitudes to India and Indians in an article published in the Communication Journal of New Zealand, 12 (1), 2011, called “They do not lead sanitary lives”, now online.
Read my latest post on the Lowy Institute’s blog as I tease out the notion, held by many thinkers in the region, that, in Asia, New Zealand is better with Australia.