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New Zealand Foreign Policy Under the Clark Government: High Tide of Liberal Internationalism

David McCraw
Pacific Affairs
Vol. 78, No. 2 (Summer, 2005), pp. 217-235
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40023914
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New Zealand Foreign Policy Under the Clark Government: High Tide of Liberal Internationalism
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Abstract

New Zealand's foreign policy for the last four years has strongly reflected the ruling Labour Party's Liberal Internationalist outlook. The government of Prime Minister Helen Clark has emphasized the promotion of democracy and human rights; the strengthening of the role of the United Nations; the advancement of anti-militarism and disarmament; and the encouragement of free trade. Although some of the government's foreign policies have inevitably not been consistent with its outlook, there have been relatively few such discrepancies so far. Indeed, this may well be the most Liberal Internationalist government New Zealand has yet had.

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