Terrorism has become an internet-enabled abuse—incited, propagated, and sometimes organized and concealed by online activity. Who should be held accountable for abusive content, the author or the publisher? And what role should the government play in regulating it?
The Five Eyes intelligence alliance of the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand began in the Cold War to meet the threat posed by the Soviet Union. Today, the nations' intelligence communities must contend with domestic terrorism and cyber threats while remaining ahead of Russia and China.
The contributions made in this volume point to the ongoing challenge of understanding the substance and direction of the relationship between NATO and four Asia-Pacific partners (Australia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea).
The relationship between New Zealand and the United States has seen ups and downs over the past 60 years, but the two countries have entered a new era characterized by the ability to agree to disagree.
The report aims to contribute to policy learning across countries through developing and validating a framework for assessing, improving and enhancing healthcare planning and so presenting a potential tool for analysts and decision makers.
Found socioeconomic disparities in health care quality and status for most of the indicators studied in four countries. These disparities in varied indicators underscore the importance of factors common to the systems or factors outside the system.
This report, which was commissioned by the National Audit Office (NAO), presents the results of a benchmarking exercise investigating the issue of fraud and error in the social security systems of eight European and non-European countries.
New Zealand's experience with failing schools and intervention strategies for underperforming schools in California can be applied to other national and international efforts, including education reform in the Emirate of Qatar.
The text of a statement to the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the U.S. House of Representatives, suggesting general directions for U.S. and Asian political affairs. American experience in Southeast Asia has shown that intervention shou...