Michael Kabuni is a PhD candidate at the APSC and is a lecturer in political science at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Papua New Guinea.
Michael Kabuni - 28 Jul 2022
PNG’s Digital Divide
As Internet access expands in Papua New Guinea, it will bring new opportunities for political engagement and economic empowerment – but it also carries major risks, Jope Tarai and Michael Kabuni write.
Michael Kabuni - 15 Jul 2022
Should Australia’s new Pacific Engagement Visa prioritise climate refugees?
The recently announced Pacific Engagement Visa offers a framework to help support Pacific Island countries struggling with internal climate-related displacement, Michael Kabuni and Akka Rimon write. Australia’s new Labor…
Michael Kabuni - 24 May 2022
Women’s inclusion in the Bougainville negotiations
Women’s voices are needed in post-referendum Bougainville negotiations to ensure lasting peace, Michael Kabuni and Ancuţa Hansen write. In a non-binding referendum in late 2019, 97.7 per cent of Bougainvilleans voted for…
Michael Kabuni - 9 Dec 2021
PNG security ahead of the 2022 election
As Papua New Guinea approaches an election year, the country’s policymakers must confront a range of critical security issues, from climate change to organised crime, Michael Kabuni writes. Policymakers…