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The Labour-led government in New Zealand has settled on a new mantra when it comes to addressing the US-China rivalry. It claims that New...

International relations is about exercising power to achieve objectives on the global stage. The actors that do so are states, companies, non-governmental organizations or...

Revelations of Chinese influence operations in Australia and New Zealand, and the ongoing sequels to the Russian "interference" in the 2016 US election, have...

Military aviation has become a global business that transcends strike forces and combat-only platforms. Flexibility in non-military missions such as search and rescue, firefighting...

The terms “political risk” and “sustainable enterprise” are not often associated. They should be. The degree of sustainability of an enterprise has direct and...

Last week Fiji took delivery of a shipment of Russian weapons that were "donated" by Russia pursuant to a bilateral Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)...

Forward. This analytic brief is derived from an ongoing study of South Pacific intelligence communities. There are numerous facets to the study, one of which...

Although 36th Parallel Assessments is loathe to prognosticate on fluid situations and current events,we have been thinking about how the conflict in Iraq has...

Political risk assessments are an under appreciated aspect of the due diligence undertaken as part of the process of engaging in cultural, diplomatic or...

This week the United States' Defence Secretary Leon Panetta visited New Zealand after holding bilateral meetings with the People's Republic of China and Japan. Panetta...