The Mood in Melanesia after the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands
Melanesia is becoming a region of many partners, expanding diplomatic options and a new sense of independence. The wider context of the new Melanesian assertiveness is one in which China is a rising power and Indonesia is forging closer links with the western Pacific. The impetus to Fiji’s new assertiveness arose from the diplomatic isolation imposed upon it by Australia and New Zealand after the 2006 military coup. Papua New Guinea’s new confidence is founded upon its liquefied natural gas...[Show more]
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