U.S.-New Zealand Relations
President Obama and Prime Minister John Key talked to reporters after their meeting in the Oval Office. They made remarks about issues… read more
President Obama and Prime Minister John Key talked to reporters after their meeting in the Oval Office. They made remarks about issues related to U.S.-New Zealand relations, including Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations, relations with China, ongoing maritime disputes, and climate change. close
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