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Hugh McClure - 11 Feb 2021

COVID-19 – the Pacific response: 11 February

Vaccine diplomacy is becoming a hot button issue in the region, whilst many leaders continue to push for a travel bubble, Hugh McClure writes.

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PNG’s power plays and political sideshows

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Henry Ivarature - 5 Feb 2021

PNG’s power plays and political sideshows

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape is looking to hold onto leadership by the skin of his teeth, but he cannot afford to be distracted from the major challenges facing his country, Henry Ivarature writes.

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Why local markets matter for Pacific security

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Meg Keen - 28 Jan 2021

Why local markets matter for Pacific security

Markets are crucial to food security and social stability in the Pacific, however, mismanagement is threatening these vital community resources, Elizabeth Kopel, Meg Keen, and Anouk Ride write.

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COVID-19 – the Pacific response: 28 January

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Hugh McClure - 28 Jan 2021

COVID-19 – the Pacific response: 28 January

The new year has brought limited reprieve in the Pacific Islands region, as COVID-19 cases have continued to increase throughout January and economic pressures have grown, Hugh McClure writes.

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Implications of the Biden presidency for the Pacific Island region

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Jay Caldwell - 21 Jan 2021

Implications of the Biden presidency for the Pacific Island region

The Biden presidency brings new opportunities and challenges for the region, Jay Caldwell writes.

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The Pacific’s 2020 trendlines

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Hugh McClure - 18 Dec 2020

The Pacific’s 2020 trendlines

Amidst the enormous human security crisis presented by the COVID-19 crisis, access to timely, reliable and relevant information has never been more important, Hugh McClure writes.

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