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TriTV Interview – Selwyn Manning IVs Matt Robson on Foreign Affairs and the Value of Aid

Written by Selwyn Manning on Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

TriTV Interview – Selwyn Manning IVs Matt Robson on Foreign Affairs and the Value of Aid Beatson Interview – Selwyn Manning IVs Matt Robson on foreign affairs, New Zealand’s independent brand, and the value of development aid. Matt Robson is a former New Zealand Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs, and a minister responsible for NZAid […]

Intelligence Analytics: Conceptualizing Foreign Aid as an Instrument of Policy

Written by Paul Buchanan on Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Intelligence Analytics: Conceptualizing Foreign Aid as an Instrument of Policy Analysis – By Dr Paul G. Buchanan. Announcement that the European Union will direct  another 19 million Euros on top of the 785 million Euros (NZ$ 1.3 billion) already allocated to climate change adaptation in the Pacific serves as a good reference point for discussion […]

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 […]

Beatson Interview – Selwyn Manning IVs Henry Yamo on Papua New Guinea Instability

Written by 36th Parallel on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Beatson Interview – Selwyn Manning IVs Henry Yamo on Papua New Guinea Instability Text Report by 36th Parallel & Pacific.Scoop.co.nz: Peter O’Neill and his supporters have defiantly declared their caretaker government in charge in the in lead-up to next month’s Papua New Guinea general election despite his administration being declared illegal by the Supreme Court. […]

36th-Parallel Regional News Round-Up – May 07 2012

Written by Selwyn Manning on Monday, May 7th, 2012

36th-Parallel Regional News Round-Up – May 07 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”] France/French Polynesia: Left-wing candidate François Hollande has defeated incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy in Sunday’s runoff, exit polls say, becoming the first Socialist to win a presidential election since François Mitterrand in 1988. According to Ipsos polling […]

Interview: Why Australia & NZ Have Taken A Softly Approach Over Papua New Guinea’s Crisis

Written by Selwyn Manning on Friday, May 4th, 2012

Interview: Glenn Williams IVs Selwyn Manning on Why Australia & NZ Have Taken A Softly Approach Over Papua New Guinea’s Crisis Introduction: 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 compelled to tread a soft diplomatic line rather […]

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 […]

The Papua New Guinea Crisis – Australia and New Zealand’s Challenge

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

The Papua New Guinea Crisis – Australia and New Zealand’s Challenge Weekly 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 compelled to tread a soft diplomatic line rather than risk destroying progressive rapprochement with […]

Weekly Analysis: Is Papua New Guinea A Failing State?

Written by Paul Buchanan on Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Weekly Analysis: Is Papua New Guinea A Failing State? Analysis and Forecast – by Paul G. Buchanan. The ongoing political crisis in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is what is known in comparative politics as an “impossible game:” all major political actors have the ability to veto their opponent’s projects but none have the ability to […]

36th Parallel Weekly Analysis Update April 17 2012

Written by 36th Parallel on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

36th Parallel Weekly Analysis Update April 17 2012 36th-Parallel.com’s Dr Paul Buchanan introduces the featured analysis postings for the week beginning April 16 2012. This Week’s Analysis: Dr Paul Buchanan – Weekly Analysis: Managing Corruption in the South Pacific Recent Video Analysis: Video Interview: Selwyn Manning on Pacific Geopolitics Reshapes As Melanesians Assert Security Autonomy

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