Political decentralisation in a new state: the experience of provincial government in Papua New Guinea
One of the great difficulties of contemporary political analysis is that one continually faces the prospect of being overtaken by events one is seeking to explain. This seems to be particularly so in relation to Papua New Guinea, and nowhere is it more true than of the recent history of provincial government in that country.
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