Q+A 23/3/14: MH370, PM in China, Tourism
Q+A - This Sunday
MARCH AT 9.00AM ON TV ONE
Q+A this weekend:
Flight MH370 –
the latest developments plus analysis from a top aviation
The Prime Minister’s damage control mission to
China – Political Editor Corin Dann
interviews John Key.
Ireland’s Agriculture & Food
Minister – he’s been to New Zealand to find out how to
become a global dairy giant – what did he learn?
Susan Wood asks Simon Coveney whether
they’re already stealing our business.
Industry Association head Martin Snedden on a bold new
target for increasing the tourist dollar. He talks to
Deputy Political Editor Michael Parkin.
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On Gaza And Burning The Israeli Flag
One of the selling points in New Zealand’s campaign for a temporary seat on the Security Council is that we have a pluckily independent voice to offer on international conflicts.
This image is not entirely self-delusional. When we did occupy a temporary UN Security Council seat in the 1990s, New Zealand was forthright about the need for the international community to actively respond to the Rwanda genocide. On April 14, 1994, New Zealand, Nigeria and the Czech Republic were the only nations to call for a forceful UN intervention to halt the killings. It was a proud moment in the diplomatic record of the Bolger government.
What then, is the current National government doing with respect to the slaughter in Gaza? More>>