The South Pacific Forum : expectations and achievements on major issues, 1971 - 1991
From the early 1960s the newly emergent' independent states in the South Pacific region changed markedly their orientation toward regional cooperation. After being frustrated by the South Pacific Commission, which was dominated by the colonial powers and its no politics convention, the Island leaders wanted to create their own forum where they could discuss their common concerns freely. The process culminated in 1971 when they established a forum with the potential to meet their...[Show more]
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