Covid-19 has offered New Zealand a chance to reset its foreign and trade policy, a specialist in Chinese politics says.
The point was raised during a panel discussion about small and middle state leadership at the 55th University of Otago Foreign Policy School in Dunedin on Saturday.
University of Canterbury Professor Anne-Marie Brady was asked to speak about how New Zealand should use its enhanced international profile to address challenges such as the rise of China in the Indo-Pacific region.
But she began her talk by telling the audience she had “problems” with that question.
“I think we should be very humble in the post-Covid era.” Read More.