‘This book is distinct from existing scholarship as it brings together a new generation of voices, who are seldom heard in current foreign-policy debates.’
New Zealand looks out to a turbulent world. Long- standing alliances are fracturing, nationalism is surging and the oceans are rising. The contributors within these pages are not, as editor Nina Hall notes, conventional foreign policy voices, but these are far from conventional times. These contributors ask that we fundamentally rethink Aotearoa’s role in the world and offer practical ideas grounded in progressive values and evidence.