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

Do No Harm: The Relationship between Violence Against Women and Women's Economic Empowerment in the Pacific

It is now widely accepted that women's economic empowerment brings a range of benefits even beyond gender equality gains for individual women, greatly improving the health, wellbeing, and productivity of entire families and countries, and contributing to effective, sustainable development.

Labour Mobility and Solomon Islands Development

Solomon Islanders have a significant history of labour mobility and diaspora.

Writing Pacific Life Stories: Why It’s Important

The authors highlight why life writing is an important area of research, particularly for the Pacific region.

Australian Foreign Policy Futures: Making Middle-Power Leadership Work?

'Australia Foreign Policy Futures: Making Middle-Power Leadership Work?', Keynotes 08, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Aust


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