Tag Archives: New Zealand

Christchurch Mosque Shootings Must End NZ’s Innocence about Right-wing Terrorism

Most New Zealanders see immigration as beneficial for their country, but extreme nationalist politics have been part of communities for a long time.

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NGOs in the Anti-terror Trap

The US anti-terrorism laws introduced since the World Trade Centre attacks are a minefield for humanitarian agencies and international NGOs, varying widely in their application from one country to another and targeting a whole variety of different political groups and individuals.

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Cricket: South Africa May Have Already Replaced Kallis

While there is much talk about replacing Jacques Kallis as a bowler, closer inspection would reveal they’ve actually done so already, without even realizing it. It’s now about fine-tuning the resources and getting the best out of them before the 2015 World Cup.

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