Pacific

China in the Pacific: Zombie Ideas Stalk On

This In Brief examines some of the zombie ideas around Chinese influence in the Pacific, which were reanimated by the November 2014 visit of President Xi Jin

Research Permit Schemes in Pacific Island Countries

This In B​rief discusses the potential of research permit schemes for Pacific island countries, as well as detailing some considerations in their design and

Securitisation and South Pacific Aviation

This In Brief examines the securitisation of civil aviation in Australia after 9/11 (2001) and its impact on South Pacific civil aviation regulatory outcomes

Illicit Small Arms in the Pacific: Cause for Concern?

Illicit small arms1 can cause insecurity and instability for populations, governments, and regions alike, whether used in civil disorder, crime or conflict.

Sustainable Sea Transport for the Pacific Islands: The Obvious Way Forward

Sea transport is the lifeline of Pacific countries and communities, moving the majority of people, goods and resources.

China’s Second White Paper on Foreign Aid

On 10 July 2014, China’s Information Office of the State Council released its second White Paper on Foreign Aid.

Women’s Representation and the Question of Temporary Special Measures in Tuvalu

The Pacific region is (in)famous for its low numbers of female members of parliament (MPs) (Baker 2014).

Transnational Crime in the Pacific — A Conversation Starter

This In Brief draws out some of the key themes raised during a recent policy workshop on transnational crime, hosted by the School of International, Politica

Creative Commons Comes to the Pacific Islands

Creative Commons is a concept that originated in the United States in 2001 and encourages copyright owners to allow others to share, reuse and remix their ma

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