Pacific Partnership 2023 Returns to Fiji

Pacific Partnership has returned to Fiji to conduct the largest annual multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission conducted in the Indo-Pacific, 31...

Tackling climate mis/disinformation: ‘An urgent frontier for action’

Climate impacts are accelerating with every fraction of a degree of global warming, yet denial, distortion and falsehoods about well-established scientific facts are flooding...

Advancing Prosperity and Resilience in the Pacific

United States President Biden Joe Biden welcomes Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on 25 October 2023 for an official visit in Washington D.C this...

Why Blue Pacific’s leaders should be discussing Seabed Mining in Rarotonga?

By Dr Satyendra Prasad, Senior Fellow – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  Seabed mining needs to be discussed at the Pacific Islands Forum Meeting in...

How a doctor from a Tonga village landed one of WHO’s most important jobs

By Jenny Lei Ravelo  After 72 years, the World Health Organisation’s regional office in the Western Pacific will for the first time be led by...

Radioactivity risks in Pacific seafood ‘low’

By Shayal Devi A couple of months ago, a video clip of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida eating sashimi sourced from a fish caught near...

How Australia’s new Pacific Engagement Visa works

By Hugo Hodge A new, first-of-its-kind Australian permanent resident visa will soon be available to people from the Pacific Islands and Timor-Leste after it was...

Ask the Expert: Dr Oldman Koboto on COP28 climate talks

Dr Oldman Oduetse Koboto is Adviser and Manager of the Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub (CCFAH), based in Mauritius. He leads CCFAH’s work to...

UN Priorities and Sustainable Development in the Micronesia

By Jaap van Hierden Today, 24 October 2023, we mark the 78th Anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter. With...

Heat on UAE to give COP28 ambitious edge we need

By RR Rashmi, The Energy and Resources Institute in New Delhi  To meet climate goals, countries will have to get far more ambitious and quickly....

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New Zealand lobbied French on Solomon Islands-China pact, cables show

New Zealand lobbied France’s territories in the Pacific to respond to news of a controversial security pact between China and the Solomon Islands that...

Inaugural meeting of the Pacific Australia Media Leaders Group Communique

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Nobles urge Tonga PM to resign as Minister of His Majesty’s Armed Forces

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