Allen, Matthew; Dinnen, Sinclair
There is nothing new about organized political violence in Solomon Islands, an independent archipelagic nation of around half a million people in the South West Pacific. There, and elsewhere in the geographical and cultural area known as Island Melanesia, violent conflict formed an intrinsic part of the pre-colonial social and spiritual milieu, and the boundaries between �war� and �peace� have continued to be blurry. In a story replicated across the region, endemic patterns of traditional...[Show more]
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