This report by the CSIS Southeast Asia Program in Washington in partnership with the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs in Wellington identifies five essential elements for that new partnership: political and security cooperation; trade and investment; science and technology cooperation; education and sociocultural ties; and transnational issues (nuclear safety, security, and nonproliferation; climate change; and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief). The authors, backed by research teams and high-level advisory boards in both countries, present specific recommendations on each subject for policymakers and leaders in the private sector and civil society. The steps contemplated represent meaningful and measurable actions that can help transform the bilateral relationship.
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