Henry Ivarature - 16 Mar 2021
PNG COVID19 Surge – The Numbers Don’t Tell the Full Story
“We’re going to see more deaths in the very near future. We should all do our very best to slow it [transmission] as much as possible, because if the number of new infections is such that there are too many sick people for our health system to cope with, the health system will collapse. It will literally collapse.”
Henry Ivarature - 25 Feb 2021
Has the ‘Pacific way’ lost its way?
Pacific leaders must put human security at the top of their agenda to guide the region through the current turbulence, Henry Ivarature writes.
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.
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.
Ben Bohane - 17 Dec 2020
Pacific agility and resilience in the face of enormous challenges
From a deadly pandemic to disaster resilience, the Pacific region has shown it has the ability to respond well amidst tough circumstances, Ben Bohane writes.
Hugh McClure - 16 Dec 2020
COVID-19 | The Pacific response: 16 December
Travel bubbles are being planned throughout the Pacific, whilst many Pacific states are launching their vaccine rollout plans, Hugh McClure writes.