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Occasional Paper Series

No. 1   1987 Mary Boyd, New Zealand and Decolonisation, 34pp
No. 2   1987 Alan Clark, The Politics of Electoral Duality, 54pp
No. 3   1988 Barrie Macdonald, In Pursuit of the Sacred Trust: Nauru,
        94pp
No. 4   1988 Peter Jennings, The Armed Forces of New Zealand and the
        Anzus Split, 107pp
No. 5   1988 Rita Ricketts (ed), CER and Beyond, 37pp
No. 6   1990 Rita Ricketts (ed), The New Europe, 90pp
No. 7   1993 Steve Hoadley, New Zealand and Taiwan, 66pp

Books

1987   John Henderson et al, New Zealand Foreign Policy 1945-85: A
       Bibliography, 83 pp
1988   Bruce Bennett, New Zealand's Moral Foreign Policy, 134pp
1988   Brij Lal, Power and Prejudice, The Making of the Fiji Crisis,
       224pp
1988   Malcolm Templeton, Top Hats Are Not Being Taken: A Short
       History of the NZ Legation in Moscow 1944-1950, 108pp
1989   Mark Pearson, Paper Tiger, New Zealand's Part in SEATO
       1954-1977, 135pp
1991   Sir Alister McIntosh et al, New Zealand in World Affairs, Volume
       1, 1945-57, 204pp (reprinted)
1991   Malcolm McKinnon (ed), New Zealand in World Affairs, Volume
       2, 1957-72, 261 pp
1992   Steve Hoadley, The New Zealand Foreign Affairs Handbook,
       Second Edition, 178pp
1992   Steve Hoadley, The South Pacific Foreign Affairs Handbook,
       258pp
1994   Malcolm Templeton, Ties of Blood and Empire: New Zealand
       Involvement in Middle East Defence and the Suez Crisis 1947-57,
       290pp
1995   Steve Hoadley, New Zealand and Australia, Negotiating Closer
       Economic Relations, 134pp
1997   Steve Hoadley, The US-New Zealand Kiwifruit Dispute, 63pp
1999   Stuart McMillan, Bala Ramswamy, and Sir Frank Holmes, APEC in
       Focus: Views from New Zealand and Malaysia, 76pp
1999   Gary Hawke (ed), Free Trade in the New Millennium, 86pp
1999   Peter Harris and Bryce Harland, China and America: The Worst
       of Friends, 48pp
2000   Bruce Brown (ed), New Zealand in World Affairs, Volume 3:
       1972-1990, 308pp
2000   Bruce Brown (ed), East Timor: The Consequences, 105pp
2000   Stephen Hoadley, New Zealand United States Relations, Friends
       No Longer Allies, 228pp
2001   Wellington Branch Study Group, Solomon Islands--Report of a
       Study Group

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