How much longer can the United Kingdom and the United States continue to be part of the Five Eyes alliance under their current governments?
Violent protests in Chile have profound implications for all countries, including New Zealand, Prof Robert Patman says.
Momentous events in northern Syria show the New Zealand government continues to be irresponsible in its handling of New Zealand jihadist Mark Taylor, Professor Robert Patman says.
Do not be distracted by the prospect of another Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un talk fest. The real worry is the deteriorating relationship between South Korea and Japan, Professor Robert Patman warns.
Simon Bridges' populist and partisan take on China and online extremism could come back to bite him, warns Professor Robert Patman.
See below for full video interviewThe move to suspend the United Kingdom Parliament just weeks out from the Brexit leave date is a desperate gamble by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to hold on to...
Vladimir Putin's attempts to undermine Western democracies in order to keep his grip on power in Russia appear to be failing, Professor Robert Patman says.
The prospect of China establishing a military base in the South Pacific should not scare New Zealand in to marching in lockstep with Australia and the United States, Professor Patman warns.
In light of an endorsement of Boris Johnson's buffoonery and a slow response to Donald Trump's racism, New Zealand's leading politicians need to lift their game on the world stage, Prof Patman says.
Xi Jinping risks losing either way over Hong Kong protests, but the UK is in no position to be telling China to respect the rule of law, Professor Robert Patman says.
- For full video interview, see belowProtests in Algeria and Sudan are symptoms of three forces that will bring ongoing change in the Arab world, Professor Robert Patman predicts.
Police raids this week on an Australian media organisation and a journalist's home are the actions you would expect of an authoritarian regime, Professor Robert Patman says.
Donald Trump's game of hardball with Iran is dangerous and could backfire, Prof Robert Patman warns.
Donald Trump and Juan Guaido need to resist the temptation to use foreign military force to resolve the crisis engulfing Venezuela, Professor Robert Patman says.
Jacinda Ardern's plan to work with France to "rein in'' the internet is not an attack on freedom of speech, Professor Robert Patman says.
Pushing ahead with Brexit could have dire consequences for British politics, will create difficulties for New Zealand exporters and will weaken the international rule of law, Prof Robert Patman claims.
EU leaders have agreed to grant British Prime Minister Theresa May a new Brexit deadline of October 31, after France's Emmanuel Macron opposed efforts to give her another year.
Australia might not want to go as far as New Zealand in speaking out against the rhetoric that fuelled the alleged Christchurch mosque shooter's Islamophobia, Professor Robert Patman says.