New Zealand International Review

bimonthly journal devoted to the discussion and understanding of international issues that affect New Zealand.

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 2, March

DEALING WITH WASHINGTON: Facing Up to US Agricultural Trade Problems
Russell Solomon suggests that New Zealand needs to develop an overall bilateral strategy to deal with the problem of American agricultural trade policy. Despite its international rhetoric, US trade policy has to be recognised as being fundamentally...
East Timor Revisited
John Fuhrman comments on Australia's approach to the events in East Timor and the implications of the crisis for its relations with Indonesia. American President Richard Nixon's speech at Guam in 1969 was in many respects the catalyst for a reassessment...
EU AGENDA: Reforming the CAP: A New Agenda
Caroline Saunders reviews the European Union's Common Agricultural Policy and assesses the likely impact of the Agenda 2000 proposals for reform. The developments in the European Union in agriculture and environmental policy have important implications...
NEW ZEALAND AND CHILE: A Thwarted Friendship
Matthew O'Meagher suggests that New Zealand and Chile are older friends than is often supposed and urges a resumption of earlier efforts to get closer together. In the early 1970s both the New Zealand and Australian governments wanted to encourage...
New Zealand's Role in International Drug Control
Paul Lloyd and Matthew Allen argue that New Zealand should take a more active role in international efforts to control drug trafficking, especially in the South Pacific. In 1999 the United Nations declared a new era in international drug control...
Russia's Staged Democracy
Rouben Azizian discusses the evolution of Russian politics before and after the parliamentary elections in December 1999. Russia's computer systems, particularly those responsible for nuclear launches, may have coped with the Y2K problem, to the...
The Incomplete American Century
Roberto Rabel reflects on the American experience during the twentieth century and suggests that Americans need to avoid a preference for smorgasbord internationalism. Henry Luce first popularised the notion of an `American Century' in a famous...