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Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in a Changing Pacific
In the Pacific, as elsewhere, indigenous communities live with the consequences of environmental mismanagement and over-exploitation but rarely benefit from the short-term economic profits.
State and Society in Papua New Guinea, 2001–2021
A collection of papers written between 2001 and 2021, which update the story of political and social development in Papua New Guinea in the first two decades of the twenty-first century.
The Federated States of Micronesia’s Engagement with the Outside World
This study addresses the neglected history of the people of the Federated States of Micronesia’s (FSM) engagement with the outside world.
The China Alternative: Changing Regional Order in the Pacific Islands
Key dimensions of the changing relationship between China and the Pacific Islands and explore the strategic, economic and diplomatic implications for regional actors.
A Cautious New Approach China's Growing Trilateral Aid Cooperation
Explainning why Chinese actors choose to engage in aid cooperation with traditional donors in the Asia-Pacific.
Fishing For Success: Lessons in Pacific Regionalism
A personal account, in which Dr Aqorau describes the journey of the countries belonging to the Parties of the Nauru Agreement (the PNA) in fighting for control of their tuna resources.
The Bougainville Referendum: Law, Administration and Politics
This book presents an analysis of legal, administrative and political issues arising from the complex arrangements for the conduct of the Bougainville referendum.
Understanding Oceania Celebrating the University of the South Pacific and its collaboration with The Australian National University
This book celebrates the collaboration of USP with The Australian National University in research, doctoral training, teaching and joint activities.