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Full List of Wikileaks Published on Scoop – 22-12-10

Full List of Wikileaks Published on Scoop – 22-12-10

WikiLeaks: NZ ponders future Fiji, Solomons policies

22 December 2010 9:53am | Wikileaks

February 14, 2007. PM Clark strongly supports the timeline and processes recently discussed by Australian, New Zealand, and US officials to encourage Fiji's return to democracy. The GNZ believes that the upcoming Pacific Island Forum (PIF) Eminent ... More >>

WikiLeaks: NZ agrees to fund homeland security directive

22 December 2010 9:49am | Wikileaks

December 8, 2006. GNZ has approved necessary funding needed to implement an HSPD-6 agreement with the United States, and would like NZ's liaison in Washington to meet with CA to go over next steps. More >>

WikiLeaks: E.O. 13382 entities - examples of proliferation

22 December 2010 9:45am | Wikileaks

December 7, 2006. On December 6, PE Couns delivered reftel information to David Taylor, Director of the North Asia Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Taylor said that the information will greatly help NZ officials understand the range ... More >>

WikiLeaks: New Zealand increases sanctions on Fiji

22 December 2010 9:43am | Wikileaks

December 6, 2006. At 4:45 pm on December 6 local time, Prime Minister Helen Clark and Foreign Minister Winston Peters announced stringent new sanctions "in response to the Fijian Military's unlawful seizure of power." In a public statement, Clark ... More >>

WikiLeaks: Talking points regarding visa waiver program

22 December 2010 9:38am | Wikileaks

December 1, 2006. Embassy delivered talking points per reftel to Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFAT). While there was no immediate reaction by NZ officials, Post will ensure that any questions or comments generated by the announcement will be forwarded ... More >>

WikiLeaks: Former opposition leader Brash resigns

22 December 2010 9:34am | Wikileaks

Dr. Don Brash has resigned from Parliament, barely a week after he resigned his leadership of the main opposition National Party. Brash's five years in office, particularly the three as party leader, were characterized by controversy. As leader he elevated ... More >>

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