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Title: New Zealand and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Authors: Chan Jia Hao 
Keywords: Trans-Pacific Partnership
New Zealand
Domestic politics
Foreign policy
Issue Date: Nov-2022
Citation: Chan Jia Hao (2022-11). New Zealand and the Trans-Pacific Partnership : 1-20. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: For a small nation like New Zealand, supporting a rules-based world order that promotes international trade has been a feasible and consistent option for its successive leaders. In the case of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, New Zealand’s leaders have managed to steer the nation to becoming one of the first to ratify the TPP despite widespread opposition, diverging political views on the agreement, and the string of processes the agreement needed to undergo in order to be ratified. This case study seeks to process-trace the factors as to why and how this was possible - from the official commencement of the TPP negotiations in March 2010 to New Zealand’s ratification of the agreement in May 2017.
DOI: 10.25818/mkk9-cy45
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