Coronavirus in the Pacific

Coronavirus in the Pacific: weekly briefing

Tess Newton Cain and Dan McGarry share their weekly update on Covid-19 in the Pacific. Read More

Governor of the Reserve Bank of Fiji: Revised growth predictions 2019-2020

Statement by the Chairman of the Macroeconomic Committee and Governor of the Reserve Bank of Fiji, Mr Ariff Ali. Read More

Tough choices dealing with COVID-19 in the Pacific

Tess Newton Cain shares her insights on the tough choices Pacific Island Countries have to make when dealing with the covid19 pandemic. Read More

Coronavirus in the Pacific: weekly briefing | 1 July

The Pacific Region has listed 382 cases of covid19, an increase of 22 since last week. Tess Newton Cain and Dan McGarry share their insights. Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 1 July

Tess Newton Cain's weekly bulletin looks at the gender-based violence in PNG, social impacts of COVID-19 in Fiji, New Caledonia referendum, opposition party in Fiji and the new Kiribati president’s agenda. Read More

Coronavirus in the Pacific: weekly briefing | 24 June

Here is the latest news about the Covid-19 outbreak across the Pacific, from Dan McGarry and Tess Newton Cain on Wednesday 24 June. Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 24 June

Tess Newton Cain's weekly bulletin looks at the deferral of the changeover for Secretary General, Kiribati elections overshadowed, 9th COVID-19 case in PNG, trade developments in Solomon Islands and PNG and USP reinstates VC. Read More

Coronavirus in the Pacific: weekly briefing | 18 June

A weekly update on coronavirus in the Pacific with Griffith Asia Institute's, Tess Newton Cain and Dan McGarry. Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 17 June

This week, Tess Newton Cain’s pacific bulletin looks at the tensions over China and Taiwan in the Solomon Islands, Bougainville elections and post-referendum negotiations affected by COVID-19, the saga at the University of the South Pacific, PNG’s call for a review of the Lombrum base agreement and the former PM to face criminal charges in Vanuatu. Read More

The Pacific Step-up: it’s the way that you do it

"Good relationships have a fragility about them that you just have to accept. That fragility is only countered by authenticity and trust. " says Paul Slater on the Pacific Step-Up and the way in which it is approached. Read More

COVID-19 and a twin deficit: Early lessons from the Solomon Islands
The Pacific nuclear legacy belongs to climate change activism
No war with China, cold or hot
Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 12 August

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