Re-colonisation and indigenous resistance: neoliberalism in the Pacific
In this thesis I argue that neoliberal agendas and policies being embedded in the Pacific, utilising multiple authors, indirect rule, institutionalisation and normalisation, are akin to colonisation and can aptly be described as re-colonisation. Many of these practices are not new: rather they continue long-standing Western practices particularly relating to the perception of non-Western peoples. I argue further that these neoliberal policies and agendas are inadequate for the Pacific in...[Show more]
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