- What might be called an unbalancing act: America in Asia economist.com/news/asia/2157… 4 days ago
- Flight of the Conchords create new stereotype for Kiwi travellers theage.com.au/travel/flight-… via @theage 1 week ago
- #NZ students lack #Asia nous nzh.tw/10883442 via @nzherald 1 week ago
- Survey results reinforce need to boost Asia literacy in schools: new @asianewzealand report asianz.org.nz/node/5795#.UZA… 1 week ago
Tag Archives: Singapore
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
My recent article, in the latest issue of New Zealand Population Review (Vol.36, pp.137-157), is now online here.
Coming out in June this year, by Policy Press, is the latest Social Policy Review, in which you will find a chapter I co-authored with Terry McGrath “A sin of omission: New Zealand’s export education industry and foreign policy’. Pre-publication copies … Continue reading
I have just discovered that Massey University has put my PhD online - it’s the full and final version. It’s a scanned PDF document, so may take a while to download depending on your broadband speed. (I did my PhD before … Continue reading
Read my public commentary on the IISS Shangri La Dialogue and the ISIS Asia Pacific Roundtable, both of which I recently attended in Southeast Asia.