China hits back over interference concerns
Days after a telling off over its interventions in NZ university events, China’s government claims its actions are “beyond reproach”.
Are we forgetting the Holocaust?
A new poll shows nearly a third of Kiwis know little or nothing about the Holocaust.
For a university that deserves the name
AUT law expert Leonid Sirota says his own university ought to apologise to those behind a cancelled meeting to mark the Tiananmen Square massacre - and begin to live up to its obligations as a university.
The Kiwi covering history at Hong Kong protests
As Hong Kongers take to the streets in protest against Chinese interference, a Kiwi photographer has documented the chaos.
Boris Johnson’s unforeseen crisis
Boris Johnson’s elevation to the UK premiership has plunged him deep into a new crisis, and how he approaches it will be deeply revealing.
A lesson in democratic freedom
Universities are becoming the battleground for some of the country’s greatest debates.
AUT scraps Tiananmen Square event
AUT shut down a Tiananmen Square commemorative event after the Chinese Government interfered.
How tragedy has preserved the world order
The international system arose from the trauma of war - could prolonged prosperity prove its undoing?