Research Publications for Mark G Rolls

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  • Rolls, M. (2019). Like-Minded States: New Zealand-ASEAN relations in the changing Asia-Pacific strategic environment. In A. -M. Brady (Ed.), Small States and the Changing Global Order: New Zealand Faces the Future (pp. 165-177). Switzerland: Springer.

  • Rolls, M. G. (2017). Strengthening ASEAN centrality in the regional security architecture in the face of major power competition. In 2017 SSANSE Conference: 'Small States and the Changing Global Order: NZ Faces the Future (pp. 4 pages). Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: University of Canterbury. Retrieved from

  • Rolls, M. G. (2017). New Zealand and ASEAN relations. Panorama Insights into Asian and European Affairs: ASEAN at 50, 1, 153-163.

  • Chor Boonpunth, K., & Rolls, M. G. (2017). Peace Survey – Lessons learned from Northern Ireland to Southern Thailand. ASR: Chiang Mai University Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 4(2), 133-153. doi:10.12982/cmujasr.2017.0008

  • Rolls, M. G. (2016). Regional political-security architecture: Facing traditional and non-traditional challenges. In 2016 Asan-Asia New Zealand Foundation Dialogue. Conference held at The Asan Institute for Policy Studies, Seoul, South Korea.

  • Rolls, M. G. (2016). Why New Zealand needs an ‘Indian-New Zealander’ as the next High Commissioner now. In Indian Weekender. Retrieved from

  • Boonpunth, K. C., & Rolls, M. G. (2016). The role of civil society in peacebuilding in southern Thailand. Journal of Public Affairs, 16(4), 376-383. doi:10.1002/pa.1598

  • Rolls, M. G. (2016). From the margins to the centre: The deepening of New Zealand’s relations with India. South Asia @ LSE: The London School of Economics and Political Science. Retrieved from

  • Rolls, M. G. (2016). New Zealand, China and the five power defence arrangements (FPDA). (Incline) Victoria University of Wellington.

  • Rolls, M. G. (2016). Opposites attract? India-New Zealand relations in the contemporary Indo-Pacific. Political Science, 68(1), 78-95. doi:10.1177/0032318716650554

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