Reuilding state and nation in Solomon Islands: policy options for the regional assistance mission
This Discussion Paper was written as a contribution to policy deliberations on how the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands might assist the people and government of Solomon Islands rebuild their state and nation after years of divisive and debilitating internal conflict. Issues raised in the paper will have relevance for policy-makers, donor agencies and non-government organisations.
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