After a decade of post-conflict stabilisation and recovery efforts — during which RAMSI played a key role in peacekeeping, policing, justice and economic management — responsibility for international assistance is being handed to bilateral and multilateral donor agencies delivering regular aid and development support. The Australian Government has been clear that this ‘transition’ reflects the success of intervention efforts in supporting ‘recovery’ across several fronts. But has Solomon Islands’ economy yet ‘recovered’ from the disruptions of the tensions? And what do recent patterns of growth mean for Solomon Islands’ future economic development?
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