The Moti Affair in Papua New Guinea
Itself a minor matter in international affairs, the arrest, detention and escape of Julian Moti in Papua New Guinea revealed something of the relationships between three nations, the subsequent inquiry in Papua New Guinea provided evidence of the performance of institutions and elected and appointed officers, and the affair’s knockon effects still reverberate. As with previous occasional revelations – such as the Commission of Inquiry into Papua New Guinea Forestry, (the Thos Barnett...[Show more]
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