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This is an essential book for any one interested in the way that New Zealand formulates and carries out its foreign policy. It is also a stark reminder that New Zealand, a founder member of the United Nations, a vocal supporter of decolonisation and...
Election fever and new ways of campaigning were a colourful part of the 2001 Fiji elections. With the elections came innovative ways from the media industry in educating people and making them aware of issues.
A worrying feature of the Tampa crisis was that talkback radio and sections of the press often uncritically accepted statements from senior political leaders, without checking their truth. The most obvious example was the "children overboard" crisis...
Student journalists have learned lessons from spate of deadly kerosene lamp explosions in Madang, Papua New Guinea. The blasts, which killed four people and injured 43 others, provided the students with an unprecedented oppurtunity to hone...
One of the many ironies of Fiji's recent general election was the demise of one of the "godfathers" of the indigenous Taukei movement, Apisai Tora. The man who was once a firebrand trade unionist and who jointly led the 1959 oil workers' strike,...
'By sunrise, on this bloody Tuesday, June 26, 2001, Port Moresby came under siege. Four people, including two students from the University of PNG, had been shot dead. Their bodies were driven to the Port Moresby General Hospital morgue. Seventeen...
Dutch Amabassador, Paul Brouwer, tells in the Dutch radio programme Argos (5 November 1999) about the good cooperation between the Indonesians, Britsh and Dutch. 
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