NZ apologises for ‘shoddy’ Israel map error
Winston Peters has slammed a “careless and shoddy mistake” which led to Israel being left off an official map.
Hong Kong - battle won, fight continues
The Detail today looks at the recent mass protests in Hong Kong over a law that would have allowed its citizens to be extradited to mainland China for trial. The law has been defeated, but is the story over?
US olive branch pushed away by China
At this year’s Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, the spectre of US-China conflict loomed over proceedings.
Risky behaviour and the gender pay gap
Links between the gender pay gap and a tiny tribe of people in China have been revealed by researchers studying the risk-taking behaviour of girls.
China’s Mysterious Belt and Road
The Detail today looks at China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which is short on transparency and long on ambiguity.
Auckland brings China and US to the table
Auckland today hosts delegations from LA and Guangzhou in its annual tripartite meeting for economic opportunities between the three cities - at a delicate time of division between the Chinese and US over trade.
Is Trump’s China Trade War a Civilisational Conflict?
The US rhetoric on China sounds dangerously like it is gearing up for ‘a clash of civilisations’
China has more to lose in US trade war
China has more to lose in its escalating trade war with the US - even though the deficit falls overwhelmingly in China’s favour.