Aid effectiveness and Australia's new interventionism in the Southwest Pacific
The year 2003 marked a significant change in Australia's relations with the island Pacific, including Papua New Guinea (PNG). Since gaining independence in the 1970s, the island states of the Southwest Pacific have been left to control their own political and economic affairs. While providing substantial amounts of bilateral aid, Australia has been sensitive to charges of neo-colonialism and interference with national sovereignty. All this has changed, however, with the Australian...[Show more]
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|Source:||Development Bulletin, No. 65, August 2004|
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