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27 September 2022
Pacific Security Snapshot: 27 September 2022
The security stories shaping the region Environmental disasters are dominating Pacific security concerns and some of the last of the region’s COVID-19 restrictions have been eased. The Inaugural Pacific Disaster Risk Reduction Ministers…Read more
The Australia Pacific Security College endeavours to work with Pacific partners to contribute to the discussion around resilience in the face of security threats in the region. This work has included focused research pathways with regional development organisations and Pacific researchers.
Mapping the COVID-19 response in the Pacific.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented Pacific Island governments with one of the greatest security challenges faced in the region’s history. Over the past 18 months, no aspect of policymaking has been spared the impact of the pandemic, with fundamental shifts in the region’s human security, traditional security, economic base and relations with external partners. See other resources provided by the APSC below.
APSC Alumni members play key roles in addressing Pacific security risks. The connections made between Pacific security leaders and officials are a vital contribution towards a more secure and resilient region.Visit Alumni
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