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Paul Buchanan: Explaining the Greek Crisis

Wednesday, 5 May 2010, 11:30 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A View From Afar

Paul Buchanan is currently in Greece. This analysis item explores the causes of the Greek financial crisis. He writes: "What is also interesting about the Greek economic crisis is how ignorant many foreign observers are about its root causes..." More >>

The Giant’s Rival, Part Two: The US Response

Monday, 21 September 2009, 9:17 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A View From Afar

Paul Buchanan writes that China’s emergence as a great power rival to the US in the South Pacific went unchallenged for a decade. For a number of reasons, the US reduced its diplomatic presence and withdrew most of its developmental assistance ... More >>

Paul Buchanan: China on the Horizon (Part 1)

Monday, 14 September 2009, 10:22 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A View From Afar

Paul Buchanan writes that The emergence of China as a political and economic actor in the southwestern Pacific during the last two decades has occasioned debate about its geopolitical implications. These have given rise to concerns as well as an appreciation ... More >>

Paul Buchanan: Democracy in NZ - Are We There Yet?

Tuesday, 11 August 2009, 8:56 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A View From Afar

Are We There Yet? A conceptual framework for evaluating democracy in Aotearoa. Paul G. Buchanan 8-11-09 More >>

Paul Buchanan: Morning Clouds on Obama’s Horizon

Thursday, 31 July 2008, 9:55 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A View From Afar

A View From Afar: Paul Buchanan analyses the run up to the US presidential elections. He writes that while John McCain is a worthy GOP candidate, the race will be won or lost by Barack Obama. What exactly could go wrong for this president in waiting? More >>

 

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