South Pacific regionalism : the development of an indigenous commitment
The South Pacific region has been recently undergoing the most rapid and fundamental political change it has experienced since its partition by the colonial powers in the nineteenth century. Beginning in 1962, with the granting of independence to Western Samoa, the decolonisation of the region has proceeded swiftly, if selectively. By 1979 ten British, New Zealand and Australian territories had achieved either independence or self-government; the only remaining dependent territories of any...[Show more]
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