Chinese Waves: The Limits to Beijing's Influence in the South Pacific
China's engagement with the states of the South Pacific Ocean has accelerated in recent years. But while policymakers and academics in Australia, New Zealand and Pacific island states increasingly talk about China's growing influence, Beijing actually operates in the region under a number of constraints and there are limits on the role it can play.
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