The Proposed Withdrawal of Micronesia from the PIF: One Year Later
This In Brief reviews events of the past year, after the five members of the Micronesian President’s Summit (MPS) — Palau, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), Nauru, Marshall Islands and Kiribati — indicated their intention to withdraw from the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF), as well as the recent announcement that they are reconsidering retaining their membership in the Forum following dialogue between the MPS, the PIF chair and key PIF leaders.
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