‘Pooled regional governance’ in the island Pacific? Lessons from history
Since mid 2003 the Australian Government has been attempting to reshape and revitalise regional cooperation in the South Pacific around the concept of ‘pooled regional governance’. The notion was first promoted by Prime Minister John Howard in the context of announcing his government’s intention to lead a regional assistance mission to Solomon Islands. The Prime Minister argued that the smaller Pacific states needed to share resources if they were to overcome the constraints imposed by...[Show more]
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