Political settlement in Solomon Islands: a political economic basis for stability after RAMSI?
In this Working Paper, the authors discuss the prospects for stability in the post-RAMSI era in Solomon Islands, from a political economy perspective. This Working Paper was first delivered as a presentation at the Solomon Islands in Transition workshop, held at ANU on 4 - 5 November, 2013.
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