Pages tagged by "Government and Governance"

Confronting the regional challenge of COVID-19

For the Pacific, COVID-19 is a crisis like no other, with long-term ramifications for the security challenges envisaged in the Biketawa and Boe declarations, Tuiloma Neroni Slade writes.

Too few boots on the ground?

Women still lack adequate influence in setting security agendas, yet there is evidence that significant gains can occur when a more gender-sensitive and inclusive approach is taken, Anouk Ride and Meg Keen write.

COVID-19 – The Pacific Response: 13 May 2020

In-country testing is ramping up across the region this week, with testing capacity now restored in Papua New Guinea, Hugh McClure writes.

Building Pacific solidarity: 21 April 2020

Even in a pandemic, the Pacific remains subject to geopolitical bickering, but the region’s response must be driven by Pacific people, Henry Ivarature writes.

The future of Pacific security: 7 April 2020

After years toiling to build a regional framework of collaboration and partnership, Pacific nations are facing the ultimate collective test in responding to the coronavirus pandemic, Meg Keen, Director of Australia Pacific Security College, writes.

Abuse and accountability

Is the world reaching a tipping point for tackling sexual abuse?

Nostalgia, nirvana and ‘unknown knowns’

The twin impulses affecting policy debates.

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