Self-Determination and Electoral Geography in New Caledonia: Political Stasis or Independence?
In June 2019 in Nouméa, the University of New Caledonia’s LARJE (Research Centre for Law and Economics) and the Australian National University’s Department of Pacific Affairs co-convened a PIPSA (Pacific Islands Political Studies Association) conference with the theme of ‘Democracy, Sovereignty and Self- Determination in the Pacific Islands’. This Working Paper is part of a PIPSA special series building on that theme.
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