By John Braddock, 17 February 2020
Next month’s election will take place amid deepening tensions across the Pacific as Washington and its allies ramp up preparations for war with China.
By John Braddock, 13 April 2018
The escalating propaganda war is another sign of deepening tensions across the Asia Pacific that threaten to embroil the entire region into a major war.
By John Braddock, 8 February 2016
Deepening popular opposition to the political elite has left no single party able to form a government.
By Tom Peters, 17 March 2015
Four days after Cyclone Pam hit Vanuatu and other Pacific countries, tens of thousands of people have received no assistance.
By Will Morrow, 14 March 2015
While the full scale of the destruction is yet to emerge, the storm has flattened entire villages in Vanuatu, with unconfirmed reports of dozens killed.
By Patrick O’Connor, 14 May 2012
The move was in retaliation for the highly provocative arrest of one of Prime Minister Sato Kilman’s secretaries in Sydney airport.
By Patrick O’Connor, 30 July 2011
The High Court will next week hear the appeal of the former Solomon Islands attorney general, who has waged a five year battle against the Australian government’s attempt to prosecute him on what he alleges are “politically motivated” statutory rape allegations.