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Political Risk and Sustainable Enterprise.

Written by Paul Buchanan on Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Boomslang canopy walkway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cape Town, South Africa.   The terms “political risk” and “sustainable enterprise” are not often associated. They should be. The degree of sustainability of an enterprise has direct and long- term cultural, economic, social and political ramifications for the communities in which it is located. The less sustainable the […]

Interview: David Cunliffe & Selwyn Manning Examine Labour’s Economic Development Plan For New Zealand

Written by Selwyn Manning on Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

David Cunliffe & Selwyn Manning Examine Labour’s Economic Development Plan For New Zealand David-Cunliffe Interview With Selwyn Manning – TriTV – Beatson Interview – September 03 2012. In this interview between Selwyn Manning and Labour’s spokesperson for Economic Development, David Cunliffe, Labour’s economic plan for New Zealand is examined. What would a Labour-led government do […]

State of the Nation Brief: Samoa at 50

Written by Paul Buchanan on Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

State of the Nation Brief: Samoa at 50 Analysis – By Dr Paul G. Buchanan. Samoa (also known as Western Samoa) celebrated 50 years of independence from New Zealand last month. Located between 13.35 degrees and 14.9 degrees South and 169.35 and 172.20 degrees West and consisting of nine islands, it is the oldest of […]

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Selwyn Manning On NZ Govt’s Pre-Budget Announcements

Written by Selwyn Manning on Friday, May 18th, 2012

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Selwyn Manning On NZ Govt’s Pre-Budget Announcements In the lead up to New Zealand’s budget 2012, Selwyn Manning and Glenn Williams discuss a shift in the New Zealand Government’s ideological agenda. The Government’s recent announcement that it will roll out its performance pay for teachers policy is analysed. Also discussed, is […]

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Paul Buchanan On France, Greece Elections

Written by Paul Buchanan on Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

The elections in France and Greece represent a watershed moment in Europe External Powers – Video and Written Analysis by Dr Paul Buchanan. Paul Buchanan is interviewed by Glenn Williams on the recent election wins for those who advocate nationalistic sovereignties in France and in Greece. What can we expect from the new governments? Will […]

36th-Parallel Regional News Round-Up – May 03 2012

Written by Selwyn Manning on Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

36th-Parallel Regional News Round-Up – May 03 2012 36th Parallel Assessments [RSSjb feed=”feed://36th-parallel.com/feed/” num=”5″ pubdate=”true” excerpt=”false” charex=”250″ list=”ul” target=”_blank” pubauthor=”false”] Australia/New Zealand/Papua New Guinea: – Analysis by Selwyn Manning – As Papua New Guinea struggles to maintain order in the face of two clashing political factions, its two southern neighbors Australia and New Zealand are […]

Weekly Analysis: Managing Corruption in the South Pacific

Written by Paul Buchanan on Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Weekly Analysis: Managing Corruption in the South Pacific Analysis and Forecast – By Dr. Paul G. Buchanan. Although it is unfortunate to say so, corruption is a major feature of South Pacific life. It is pervasive, endemic, often culturally rooted but now aggravated by the presence of external actors intent on securing material or political […]

Extended Interview: 95bFM’s Simon Maude IVs Selwyn Manning on ANZ Common Currency + Melanesia Sets Up Security Force

Written by Selwyn Manning on Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Extended Interview: 95bFM’s Simon Maude IVs Selwyn Manning on ANZ Common Currency + Melanesia Sets Up Security Force 95bFM The Wire: Selwyn Manning & Simon On ANZ Common Currency + Melanesia’s newly established a security force called The Legion. Is it feasible for Australia and New Zealand to create a single common currency? What are […]

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Paul Buchanan On How Corrupt Is The South/West Pacific

Written by 36th Parallel on Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Eye On The World: Paul Buchanan & Glenn Williams On How Corrupt Is The South/West Pacific 36th-Parallel’s Paul Buchanan and Glenn Williams discuss how South/West Pacific nations are largely considered as corrupt by Transparency International. Why is this so? See Also: 36th Parallel Weekly Analysis by Paul G. Buchanan – Managing Corruption In The South […]

Melanesia’s Leaders Approve Security Force & Position MSG Bloc To Interact With Global Bodies

Written by Selwyn Manning on Monday, April 2nd, 2012

Melanesia’s Leaders Approve Security Force & Position MSG Bloc To Interact Directly With Global Bodies 36th Parallel Analysis and Forecast – By Selwyn Manning. Late on Friday March 30 Melanesia’s leaders emerged from their annual summit resolute that security and progress will best be achieved by forming a stronger and secure regional bloc. Melanesia’s solidarity-move […]

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