Women, Peace and Security in the South Pacific
The Asia Pacific may be the most militarised region of the world, but security concerns do not simply lie with high end threat of state on state conflict. There are a range of fragile states in the south Pacific where stability is threatened by a range of human security challenges. It is important to consider Women, Peace and Security as part of a broader strategy for security and stability across the pacific. Advancing WPS in the pacific fits well with PACOM efforts to build stronger...[Show more]
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