New Zealand United States Relations by Stephen Hoadley (2nd ed.)

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From ostracism in 1986 to a US Navy ship visit on 17 November 2016, New Zealand’s leaders have managed a sometimes troubled relationship with Washington skilfully. Will a Trump presidency alter these policy fundamentals?

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Second Edition, updated and expanded.

This book aims to make New Zealand and American readers more aware of their countries’ links and shared goals … and also their differences.

It reviews examples of disagreements and disputes over the past century to show how most of them have been resolved, or at least managed, so that the overall relationship remains mutually beneficial today.

Case studies of disputes and their resolution include:

  • Interacting in the pacific region
  • Negotiating alliances and defense co-operation
  • Restricting nuclear weapons and ship visits
  • Conducting peace support operations
  • Collaborating on intelligence and logistics
  • Shaping the United Nations and trade organisations
  • Negotiating agricultural trade access
  • Protecting intellectual property

Stephen Hoadley, Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at The University of Auckland, has lectured, written and done media commentary on NZ and US foreign affairs for decades.

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