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How to avoid a repeat of Samoa’s election crisis

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by Nick Rogers and Richard Reinen-Hamill With a resolution to Samoa's election crisis seemingly reached, several Pacific experts have set out how the country...

Pacific Islands Forum Foreign Ministers discuss regional priorities at 2021 meeting

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Forum Foreign Affairs Ministers will hear from Secretary General Henry Puna for the first time in their annual ministerial meet, the FFMM. The 2021 FFMM...

Noro Port: first e-port in the Pacific introduces digital catch documents and tracing

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By Ronald Toito'ona The Noro Port in the Western province of Solomon Islands has become the first e-port in the Pacific region, after launching a...

Macron, memory and Moruroa

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The French president won’t be able to avoid the legacies of nuclear testing when he visits Tahiti this week By Nic Maclellan When French president...

Developing nations put numbers on the table for the next climate finance goal

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By Chloé Farand Nearly 100 developing countries have come together to define what success means at Cop26, raising the stakes for donor countries to step...

Morrison left out on Pacific rim over climate diplomacy

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By Wesly Morgan The first national leader to congratulate Joe Biden on his election as U.S President was Fiji’s Prime Minister, Frank Bainimarama. There...

Citizenship for sale: fugitives, politicians and disgraced businesspeople buying Vanuatu passports

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By Euan Ward A controversial “golden passports” scheme run by the Pacific nation of Vanuatu saw more than 2,000 people, including a slew of...

Pacific ACP Trade Ministers discuss WTO negotiations on fisheries subsidies

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The Pacific ACP Trade Ministers Meeting today considered an update of the WTO negotiations on fisheries subsidies agreement (FSA) and welcomed the progress made...

New project scales up early warning systems in the Pacific

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A new project, Strengthening Hydro-Meteorological Early Warning Systems in the Pacific, has been launched with funding from the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems...

SPREP reaccredited to World’s largest climate fund

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The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme has been successfully reaccredited to the Green Climate Fund as a Regional Implementing Entity. Pacific island Members...

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EU could suspend Vanuatu visa-free travel over ‘golden passports’ scheme

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The European Commission has proposed suspending a visa-free travel arrangement with Vanuatu due to concerns about the Pacific nation’s controversial “golden passports” scheme. The proposed...