The Conversation

August 7, 2020

The storm of climate change is approaching the Pacific Islands. Its likely impact has been hugely amplified by decades of global inertia and the islands’ growing dependency on developed countries. The

June 17, 2020

Pacific nations have largely avoided the worst health effects of COVID-19, but its economic impact has been devastating. With the tourism tap turned off, unemployment has soared while GDP has plummeted. In

May 7, 2020

We are hearing increasing talk about a trans-Tasman “travel bubble”, which could see Australia and New Zealand open their borders to each other. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was a

March 22, 2020

Singapore’s response to the coronavirus has been held up by many around the world as a model. As of this March18, the country has had 266 total cases (and zero deaths),
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