Dunne Speaks: Trade is part of our economic DNA

When I left university I went to work for the Department of Trade and Industry, in import licensing. I was then a true believer in protectionism, in regulating the flow and nature of imports and consequently the choices available to and standard of living of New Zealanders, in the wider interests of encouraging domestic industry, […]

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Dunne Speaks: Time to Stand Up for New Zealanders and their Rights

Our foreign policy lacks any commitment to human rights. A bold conclusion maybe, but the most realistic one to be drawn from a couple of recent events where New Zealand appears to have been caught on the hop. First was the appallingly tardy response to the Syrian refugee crisis. Even though the mounting tragedy had […]

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