Bougainville

Mining and Reconciliation: Negotiating the Future of the Panguna Mine in Bougainville

In 1989, the massive Panguna copper mine,which was at the centre of a decade-long conflictin Bougainville, was forced to close. Twenty-five

Australia's New Aid Paradigm and the Natural Resource Curse

On 18 June 2014, the Australian Government announced its new approach to overseas development with an emphasis on sustainable economic growth and poverty red

Strong states need people-driven constitutions

New study shows the link between people, constitutions and stronger states.

Greed and Grievance or Scales of Justice?

Why do conflicts over natural resources persist despite increased resource revenue?

Order and the State in Papua New Guinea

Law and order issues feature prominently in public debate in Papua New Guinea.

Fake Money, Bougainville Politics and International Scammers

On Saturday 16 February 2014, Barry Webb, an American citizen, was detained as he entered Port Moresby from the Philippines.

Women's Representation and the Use of Reserved Seats in Bougainville

The Autonomous Region of Bougainville currently has the Pacific's only parliamentary reserved seats for women system.

More Than Just Policing: Police Reform in Post-conflict Bougainville

This brief summarises the findings of an independent evaluation of the Bougainville Community Policing Project (BCPP), which was conducted in late 2012 on behalf of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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