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By Eleisha Foon, RNZ Pacific senior journalist A Pacific regionalism academic has called out New Zealand's Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters for withholding information from...

COMMENTARY: By Murray Horton New Zealand needs to get tough with Israel. It's not as if we haven't done so before. When NZ authorities busted a...

ANALYSIS: By Marco de Jong, Auckland University of Technology and Robert G. Patman, University of Otago When former prime minister Helen Clark spoke out against...

POLITICAL BYTES: By Ian Powell There is a reported apparent rift within cabinet between Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta and Defence Minister Andrew Little over Aotearoa...

PNG Post-Courier French President Emmanuel Macron jets into Port Moresby late tomorrow for his historic visit to Papua New Guinea and will be met by...

ANALYSIS: By Hugh Piper and Anna Gibert As geopolitics brings increasing engagement by external actors with the Pacific, there is a need to coordinate more...

Asia Pacific Report Free Papua Organisation (OPM) leader Jeffrey Bomanak has appealed to US President Joe Biden for a “proactive role” in ending Indonesia’s “unlawful...

COMMENTARY: By John Hobbs and Richard Jackson in Dunedin The New Zealand government’s silence on the thousands of Palestinian deaths in the ongoing Gaza conflict...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto The last 10 days has seen the entire media focus (aside from the ubiquitous concern for the All Black prospects in...

ANALYSIS: By Robert G. Patman, University of Otago Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s acceptance of an invitation to speak at this week’s NATO leaders’ summit in...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Newly elected Māori Pati president and columnist John Tamihere has launched a blistering criticism of New Zealand’s negative media attitude to...

ANALYSIS: By Tony Walker, La Trobe University Foreign Minister Penny Wong’s decision to embark on a diplomatic offensive to outflank China in the Pacific within...

THE VILLAGE EXPLAINER: By Dan McGarry If the coming election goes to Australia’s Labor party, Penny Wong is very likely to become Foreign Minister. So...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto in Christchurch On December 30, New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade published a tweet condemning the forced closure of...

RNZ News Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta has urged New Zealand to diversify its trade arrangements and not put all its eggs in one basket...

By Jane Patterson, RNZ Political Editor The bolt out of the blue in New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's new cabinet is Nanaia Mahuta as...

INDEPTH: By Guyon Espiner, RNZ News investigative reporter, with contributor John Daniell New Zealand has lost some of its independence within the Five Eyes intelligence...

COMMENT: By Keith Locke The covid-19 coronavirus crisis is shaking up our thinking in a number of areas in New Zealand, not least on foreign...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Both the Australian and New Zealand governments have pledged to continue and increase financial aid to the Solomon Islands. Australian Prime Minister...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk A public broadcasting advocacy group has condemned Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s plan to commercialise Pacific broadcasting as not being able...

By Susan Harris Rimmer in Brisbane With all the focus this week on new Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s domestic challenges, less attention has been paid...

Tess Newton Cain talks to Ralph Regenvanu During a recent trip to Port Vila, Tess Newton Cain caught up with Ralph Regenvanu, Minister for Foreign...