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20 April 2021
Policing transnational and organised crime in the Pacific
In order to combat transnational crime in the Pacific, larger states must allow local partners to take the lead on development, Danielle Watson, Jose Sousa-Santos, and Loene M Howes write. The Pacific Island region is characterised by vast geographic expanses, porous maritime borders, and relatively small populations scattered across multiple islands, and it is growing…Read more
Mapping the COVID-19 response in the Pacific.
The map shows that, since the first cases were recorded in the region in March 2020, it has spread to 12 countries and territories, while ten countries and territories remain virus-free – a significant achievement.
PSC 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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