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Papua New Guinea no longer necessarily needs to identify itself as falling within an uncontested Australian and New Zealand sphere of influence.
Although Papua New Guinea is a ‘small state’ it increasingly defies traditional predictions about its international relations and attempts...
The military mood is buoyant in Papua New Guinea, but its security problems are fundamentally developmental and political and will not be solved quickly.
Cost-cutting measures have resulted in possibly the most radical restructuring of New Zealand's foreign service in its history, increasing the importance of informal, or "Track II", diplomacy.
The term "Track II diplomacy‟ was coined in 1982 to refer to the methods...
This article examines the strategic importance of the inner arc to the evolution of Australia’s defence policy and how it has been perceived both as threat and opportunity. It analyses the classified strategic guidance from the 1950s to the mid-1970s and the subsequent public statements...