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Michael Somare, Papua New Guinea’s First Prime Minister, Dies

Michael Somare, Papua New Guinea’s First Prime Minister, Dies

By Associated Press
After leading Papua New Guinea to its independence, Somare served four terms as the nation's prime minister.
Bougainville Prepares for Presidential Election

Bougainville Prepares for Presidential Election

By Grant Wyeth
After a pandemic delay, the election is set to take place from August 12 to September 1. 

Tribal Compensation in Papua New Guinea

Tribal Compensation in Papua New Guinea

By Miguel Cano
A festive but tense ceremony marks the end of a years-long conflict resolution process in Mongol, PNG.

Human Rights Stagnate Under New Leadership in Papua New Guinea

Human Rights Stagnate Under New Leadership in Papua New Guinea

By Joshua Mcdonald
Human rights continue to falter as the government claims to be writing a “new book” of prosperity for all citizens.

Bougainville Votes for Independence From Papua New Guinea

Bougainville Votes for Independence From Papua New Guinea

By Associated Press
Over 98 percent of voters in a long-awaited referendum wanted independence. Will they get it?
­­Bougainville’s Faustian Bargain

­­Bougainville’s Faustian Bargain

By Paul R. Williams and Carly Fabian
An ongoing independence referendum does not address the key question at the root of the conflict: the future of the Panguna mine.

Papua New Guinea Assesses Damage From Powerful Earthquake

Papua New Guinea Assesses Damage From Powerful Earthquake

By Nick Perry
After a 7.5 magnitude quake, damage seems mercifully light -- so far.
Delayed But Looming: The Question of Bougainville Independence

Delayed But Looming: The Question of Bougainville Independence

By Grant Wyeth
The referendum for Papua New Guinea's eastern region is now set for October. How its outcome will be handled remains unclear.

Non-Aligned Amid Great Power Rivalry? The Case of Papua New Guinea

Non-Aligned Amid Great Power Rivalry? The Case of Papua New Guinea

By Patrick Kaiku
A joint base with Australia may tip PNG away from its critical non-aligned balance in the Pacific.

Australia and Papua New Guinea Close in on Manus Island Base Deal

Australia and Papua New Guinea Close in on Manus Island Base Deal

By Grant Wyeth
What would a permanent Australian naval presence at Lombrum on Manus Island mean for the Pacific?

Are Fears of a Chinese Port Facility on Manus Island Justified?

Are Fears of a Chinese Port Facility on Manus Island Justified?

By Ankit Panda
Manus Island would be a strategic outpost for China, astride the western Pacific Ocean.
Shining a Light on Pacific Island Diplomacy

Shining a Light on Pacific Island Diplomacy

By Jenny Hayward-Jones
Thinking of the Pacific Islands as a bloc obscures the complexity of the individual interests of each nation.

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