In this article I wish to provide some insights into the current status of OLIPPAC as a tool for creating political stability and to highlight the challenges of implementing the law. I wish to argue that OLIPPAC is a worthwhile tool for creating political stability in PNG and take issue with the argument that OLIPPAC has failed. Two issues underpin the views I express here. First, is OLIPPAC meaningless or insignificant in the context of a weak party system or endemic political instability in...[Show more]
Items in Open Research are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.