NZ’s useful Huawei ambiguity
On some occasions the truth may set you free. But in other settings the truth can really hurt.
Are we forgetting the Holocaust?
A new poll shows nearly a third of Kiwis know little or nothing about the Holocaust.
Dangerous climate change is here, Australia
Australia’s bushfires are climate change in action, American climatologist Michael Mann writes
AUT scraps Tiananmen Square event
AUT shut down a Tiananmen Square commemorative event after the Chinese Government interfered.
‘It’s Fiji: Anything can happen’
Mark Jennings tells of a bizarre time in Suva after he, Melanie Reid and Hayden Aull were detained by Fijian police.
Commander in Cheat
Why it matters that President Donald Trump cheats at golf and lies about his achievements.
What to do about the WTO’s woes
A critical part of the global trading system may fail this week - what does that mean for NZ?
NZ’s role in Bougainville
Bougainville’s path to a referendum on independence has been described as NZ’s foreign policy success you’ve never heard of.