Insecurity, policing and marketization: Papua New Guinea's changing security landscape
Security governance in any country entails different actors, institutions and sources of authority operating at different scales. This is very much the case in Oceania where non-state actors in the form of 'traditional' or customary leaders, as well as churches, continue to play a significant role in security provision, alongside that provided by the state and its law enforcement agencies. This pluralism in security provision has been further accentuated in recent years by marketisation and the...[Show more]
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