This title was first published in 2000. An important comparative study, which considers the domestic/international interface. The book covers climate change in Australia; New Zealand and the abolition of nuclear weapons; the Bougainville conflict and settlement in Papua New Guinea; Decolonization (New Caledonia, East Timor, West Papua); Indigenous Rights (Australia, New Zealand,and Fiji); Governance Reform and Environmental Management challenges in the Pacific Island states. The conclusion evaluates propositions advanced in the introductory chapter regarding the distinctive domestic/international issues raised and argues that, in order to comprehend foreign relations in an increasingly complex world, there is no substitute for a thorough knowledge of distinctive local, social and political dynamics shaping international orientations. The theme of the book is the way that these interactions have operated in the cases examined.
’…Alley’s deft insight is a concise and helpful contribution in present times.’ New Zealand International Review ’…highly informative and well-researched…a very significant, and certainly unique contribution to our understanding…’ Political Science
Contents: Introduction; New Zealand and the World Court Project; Australia and climate change; The Bougainville conflict; Decolonization; Indigenous rights; Public management in the South Pacific; Environmental prescription in the South Pacific; Conclusions; Bibliography; Index.
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