New Zealand prime ministers and regional diplomacy (2016)
Type of ContentReports
PublisherMACMILLAN BROWN CENTRE FOR PACIFIC STUDIES
MACMILLAN BROWN CENTRE FOR PACIFIC STUDIES
Alternative TitlePACIFIC POLICY BRIEF 2016/6
New Zealand performs best globally as a progressive small state, with a deep internationalism central to our national identity. That is, being a good international citizen. Our prime ministers are the most important players projecting New Zealand globally. Global diplomacy is what prime ministers do to advance their government’s foreign policy.
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