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Our Pacific Outlook blog features expert commentary and informed analysis on the latest Pacific news and affairs.
This is the first in a three-part series in which GAI Industry fellow Ian Kemish AM explores the history of Australia’s public mindset towards the Pacific. Read More
TESS NEWTON CAIN | Finance Ministers meet in Fiji The Forum Economic Ministers Meeting has concluded in Fiji. This is one of the standing… Read More
SEAN JACOBS | A recent string of gruesome kidnappings of young women in Papua New Guinea’s Highlands have highlighted not only the persistent… Read More
JON FRAENKEL | Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has used Chinese money to shore up his government. Whether alignment with Chinese interests… Read More
TESS NEWTON CAIN | Marshall Islands accepts Compact funding offer In something of an about turn, the government of Marshall Islands has agreed to… Read More
SPEECH BY DAME MEG TAYLOR | Gathering on this land, we acknowledge the Yugara and Turrbal peoples, the traditional custodians. We sincerely respect their… Read More
PETER LAYTON | Australia has no international land borders but only just. Queensland’s Saibai Island is only 4km from Papua New Guinea… Read More
TESS NEWTON CAIN | Prime Minister Sogavare returns from China The Prime Minister of Solomon Islands, Manasseh Sogavare, has returned from a trip… Read More
TESS NEWTON CAIN | Shipping and climate change in focus for Pacific countries Negotiations ahead of this week’s meeting of the International Maritime Organization… Read More
TESS NEWTON CAIN | Troubled times for James Marape In Papua New Guinea, Prime Minister James Marape is having a rocky time of things. Read More