This book provides a critical examination of the foreign policy choices of one typical small state, New Zealand, as it faces the changing global balance of power. New Zealand's foreign policy challenges are similar with those faced by many other small states in the world today and are ideally suited to help inform theoretical debates on the role of small states in the changing international system. The book analyses how a small state such as New Zealand is adjusting to the changing geopolitical, geo-economic, environment. The book includes perspectives from some of New Zealand's leading as well as emerging commentators on New Zealand foreign policy. .
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FM Small Can Be Huge: New Zealand Foreign Policy in an Era of Global Uncertainty Part I: New Zealand foreign policy institutions and process The Urgent Versus the Important: How Foreign and Security Policy Is Negotiated in New Zealand The New Zealand Defence Force Role in New Zealand Foreign Policy Aid and Foreign Policy: New Zealand Development Assistance in the Pacific Small States in a New Era of Public Diplomacy: New Zealand and Digital Diplomacy Part II New Zealand's Bedrock Bilateral relationships Pragmatic Optimisation: Australia-New Zealand Relations in the 21st-Century New Zealand-US Relations in the Trump Era and Beyond A Strategic Partnership: New Zealand-China Relations in the Xi Jinping Era and Beyond Neighbours and Cousins: Aotearoa-New Zealand's Relationship with the Pacific Like-Minded States: New Zealand-ASEAN Relations in the Changing Asia-Pacific Strategic Environment Escaping the UK's Shadow: New Zealand and the European Union Dealing with a Proactive Japan: Reconsidering Japan's Regional Role and Its Value for New Zealand's Foreign Policy Russia Resurgent: The Implications for New Zealand Looking to the Future: Expanding New Zealand Foreign Relations Beyond Traditional Partnerships Part III: New Zealand and global governance Climate Change: Antarctic Geopolitics and the Implications for New Zealand Foreign Policy A Small State in the Global Commons: New Zealand's Approach to Climate Change New Zealand's Trade Policy Small States and International Organisations: New Zealand's Diversifying International Engagement New Zealand and Disarmament: Where National and Global Interests Converge Part IV: Exploring all our options Meeting New Zealand's Peace and Security Challenges Through Disarmament and Nonviolence Principled Small Nation or Stalwart Ally? New Zealand's Independent Foreign Policy Small States and the Changing Global Order: What Small State Theory Can Offer New Zealand Foreign Policymaking.
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