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Pacific Island countries are experiencing dramatic social, political and demographic
change as urban populations increase and the flow of people moving from rural villages
In 2016 c. 24 million tonnes of copper was produced.
Why are Pacific economies smaller than those of other
nations? The standard answer to this question highlights the
unique vulnerabilities and dependencies of the region, such
Published in Jane McAdam, ed., Climate Change and Displacement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2010, pp. 175-90.
The rapid growth of Chinese foreign aid has become prominent in the past decade.
This In Brief focuses on the potential and actual use of Pacific elite athletes in supporting diplomacy and development activities in the Pacific region using the National Rugby League (NRL) as a p
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