[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
The Defence Question: A Discussion Paper (Wellington: Government Printer, 1985)
The Defence Question: A Discussion Paper
1985
Defence and Security: What New Zealanders Want—Report of the Defence Committee of Enquiry (Wellington: Government Printer, 1986)
Defence and Security: What New Zealanders Want—Report of the Defence Committee of Enquiry
1986
Defence of New Zealand: Review of De- fence Policy 1987 (Wellington: Government Printer, 1987).
Defence of New Zealand: Review of Defence Policy 1987
1987
2
Kevin Clements, Back from The Brink: The Creation of a Nuclear-Free New Zealand (Wellington: Port Nicholson Press, 1988), p. ix.
Clements
ix
Back from The Brink: The Creation of a Nuclear-Free New Zealand
1988
3
Prime Minister Lange, Dominion Sunday Times (Wellington), 11 June1989.
Lange
11 June
Dominion Sunday Times
1989
4
Otago Daily Times (Dunedin), 10 January1989.
10 January
Otago Daily Times
1989
6
Stuart McMillan, Neither Confirm Nor Deny: The Nuclear Ships Dispute Between New Zealand and the United States (Wellington: Port Nicholson Press, 1987), pp. 77-78.
McMillan
77
Neither Confirm Nor Deny: The Nuclear Ships Dispute Between New Zealand and the United States
1987
7
New Zealand Foreign Affairs Review (hereafter NZFAR) 35 (January-March 1985), p. 7.
January
7
35
New Zealand Foreign Affairs
1985
8
Daniel Gallik, ed., World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1987 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1988), p. 34.
Gallik
34
World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1987
1988
9
Quoted in the Economist (London), 8 April1989, p. 114.
8 April
114
Economist
1989
10
World Development Report 1988 (New York: Oxford University Press for the World Bank, 1988), p. 262.
262
World Development Report 1988
1988
11
Otago Daily Times, 23 February1989.
23 February
Otago Daily Times
1989
12
Clements, Back from the Brink, p. 73
73
13
"United States-New Zealand Relations: Some Parting Observations," p. 15
George Herbert Walker Jr. lecture, New Zealand International Review14, July-August 1989, p. 26.
Walker
July
26
14
New Zealand International Review
1989
14
Prime Minister's press conference, 16 June 1986.
15
NZFAR35 (January-March 1985), p. 10.
January
10
35
NZFAR
1985
16
"U.S.-New Zealand Relations," p. 20
18
Lange, "Dead Letter," p. 25
20
Clements, Back from the Brink, pp. 136-37
136
"Dead Letter," p. 26
21
NZFAR35 (January-March 1985), p. 11.
January
11
35
NZFAR
1985
22
Peter Jennings, The Armed Forces of New Zealand and the ANZUS Split: Costs and Consequences (Wellington: New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, 1988), p.87.
Jennings
87
The Armed Forces of New Zealand and the ANZUS Split: Costs and Consequences
1988
23
Sonja Davies, "The ANZAC Ships: A Misguided Choice," New Zealand International Review14 (March-April 1989
Davies
March
14
New Zealand International Review
1989
24
Nuclear Free New Zealand (Wellington: Government Printer, 1986), p. 3.
3
Nuclear Free New Zealand
1986
25
Otago Daily Times, 14 August1989.
14 August
Otago Daily Times
1989
27
Clements, Back from the Brink, pp. 154-55
154
28
David Lange's speech to the New Zealand Connection, Los Angeles, 26 February 1985
NZFAR35 (January-March 1985), p. 4.
January
4
35
NZFAR
1985
Michael Pugh, "New Zealand's First Nuclear Ship 'Ban'," British Review of New Zealand Studies1 (July1988).
Pugh
July
1
British Review of New Zealand Studies
1988
30
New Zealand External Relations Review39 (October-December 1988), p. 71.
October
71
39
New Zealand External Relations Review
1988
31
Ramesh Thakur, "Nuclear Ship Visits: The Nordic Practice," New Zealand Interna- tional Review12 (May-June 1987)
Thakur
May
12
New Zealand International Review
1987
Robert E. White, Nuclear Ship Visits: Policies and Data for 55 Countries (Dunedin: Tarkwode Press, 1989), pp. 28-29.
White
28
Nuclear Ship Visits: Policies and Data for 55 Countries
1989
32
Report of the Defence Committee of Enquiry, p. 64
64
33
NZFAR35 (July-September 1985), p. 29.
July
29
35
NZFAR
1985
34
Lange, "New Zealand's Security Policy," p. 1011
Clements, Back from the Brink, p. 180
180
35
Ibid., pp. 182, 183.
182
36
C. F. von Weizsäcker, "Justice, Peace, and the Preservation of Nature," International Conflict Resolution, R. Thakur, ed. (Boulder, Colo.: Westview, 1988), pp. 249-51.
von Weizsäcker
Justice, Peace, and the Preservation of Nature
249
International Conflict Resolution
1988
37
Clements, Back from the Brink, p. 221 n.24, p. 26
221
38
Ibid., pp. 183-84
183
39
Ramesh Thakur, In Defence of New Zealand: Foreign Policy Choices in the Nuclear Age (Boulder, Colorado: Westview, 1986), pp. 184-92.
Thakur
184
In Defence of New Zealand: Foreign Policy Choices in the Nuclear Age
1986
40
Mark Frankland, "Red Retreat," Observer (London), 12March1989.
Frankland
March
12
Observer
1989
41
"A Message from the Prime Minister," in Foreign Affairs: Standing Up for New Zea- land (1987 Labor Party election pamphlet) p. 5.
A Message from the Prime Minister
5
Foreign Affairs: Standing Up for New Zealand
1987
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