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Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Paul Buchanan on the South China Sea Territorial Tensions

Written by 36th Parallel on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Paul Buchanan on the South China Sea Territorial Tensions Analysis: Geopolitics and strategic balancing in the South China Sea. China has been asserting its territorial claims very aggressively and the United States and associated South East Asian countries have responded. Most recently China and the Philippines have clashed over the Scarborough […]

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Paul Buchanan On France, Greece Elections

Written by Paul Buchanan on Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

The elections in France and Greece represent a watershed moment in Europe External Powers – Video and Written Analysis by Dr Paul Buchanan. Paul Buchanan is interviewed by Glenn Williams on the recent election wins for those who advocate nationalistic sovereignties in France and in Greece. What can we expect from the new governments? Will […]

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Paul Buchanan on the Summit of the Americas Talk-Fest

Written by 36th Parallel on Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Paul Buchanan on the Summit of the Americas Talk-Fest Eye On The World: 36th-Parallel.com’s Paul Buchanan talks to Glenn Williams about the failure of this year’s Summit of the Americas talk-fest, and how the countries of Latin America are exercising their independence and indifference against the USA. Eye On The World […]

Guest Analysis: Peacemaker Moala helps bury the hatchet over PINA tensions

Written by 36th Parallel on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Guest Analysis: Peacemaker Moala helps bury the hatchet over PINA tensions Article and photographs courtesy of Professor David Robie, Café Pacific:. This was the first PINA convention that Robie, a critic of PINA in the 1980s-90s, was actually invited to and to give a presentation. He was on the host organising committee in 1999 (Suva) […]

ABC/Radio Australia: Paul Buchanan On China’s Investment Strategy in the South/West Pacific

Written by Paul Buchanan on Friday, March 2nd, 2012

ABC/Radio Australia: China has given the Cook Islands a grant of three million dollars. https://36th-parallel.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/PB-ABC-Radio-Australia-China-Cooks-02-03-2012.mp3 The no-strings-attached money will likely be put to the Cook’s National Sustainable Development Plan. It’s been warmly welcomed in the Cook Islands but it’s just the kind of intervention that has some Western powers worried about China’s intentions and growing […]

New Zealand’s Unspoken Election Issue

Written by Paul Buchanan on Monday, November 21st, 2011

36th Parallel External Report, 21 November 2011 – Conspicuous by its absence from this year’s election campaign is mention of foreign policy. The SAS Afghanistan deployment was brought up once in the first Leaders debate, on Saturday Foreign Minister Murray McCully announced New Zealand’s foreign policy achievements (mostly to do with trade) at the East […]

New Zealand’s Coming Melian Dilemma

Written by Paul Buchanan on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

36th Parallel External Report, 14 September 2010 – Paul Buchanan writes that New Zealand’s contemporary foreign policy approach is to straddle the fence between East and West. Economically, New Zealand sees its future rooted in Asia, with China being its primary partner. A dilemma is developing… Analysis – By Paul G. Buchanan. First published at […]

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