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In the past year the 'war against terror' and perceptions of state failure within the post-colonial Pacific have sparked an Australian-led initiative to deepen and widen regional integration in Oceania. Greg Fry argues that behind the seeming unanimity of the 2004 Auckland Declaration and agreement...
This book brings together a range of analyses and perspectives on these dramatic new developments in Pacific diplomacy at sub-regional, regional and global levels, and in the key sectors of global negotiation for Pacific states – fisheries, climate change, decolonisation, and trade.
This paper proposes ways to keep Australia and New Zealand within the Pacific Islands Forum and at the same time meet the concerns of the Pacific island states about ‘charting their own course’.
This book tells the story of power and diplomatic agency in Pacific regionalism, against the backdrop of a changing global order and a changing political situation within Pacific societies and states.